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Wednesday, 16 April 2014 15:40

$7M OFID loan for Tadjoura port

The OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) has signed a $7 million public sector loan agreement with Djibouti for the construction of a new port in Tadjoura.

Published in Emerging Economies

Morocco has launched a $740 million project that will reconfigure the port of Casablanca.

Published in Finance Deals

Indian operator Essar Ports has sought approval from shareholders to invest $25 million in a group company in Mozambique that is developing a multi-user coal port in Beira.

Published in Energy Ports

Ghana’s president John Dramani Mahama estimates that the expansion of the Tema port requires between $600 million and $1 billion, according to the country’s official news agency.

Published in Finance Deals

Cameroon authorities have shortlisted five operators to manage the multipurpose terminal of the deep-sea port which is being built in Kribi.

Published in Emerging Economies

Cargotec today announced that it has received a repeat order for its road-mobile Siwertell cement unloader.

Published in Emerging Economies

CMA CGM will become the only shipping line to call at the Liberian port of Buchanan in 20 years when its 1,600 TEU vessel Spero makes its inaugural call there on March 24th.

Published in Emerging Economies
Tuesday, 11 March 2014 15:43

Opportunities to grab in Egypt and Libya

In the wake of the Arab Spring, Egypt and Libya are seeking to develop the ports on which their economies rely, notes UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), which has published a detailed report on the related business opportunities in both countries.

Published in Emerging Economies
Monday, 10 March 2014 11:07

Maputo gets new tug

A new tug boat will start operations in the port of Maputo (Mozambique) at the end of the month, DP World announced yesterday.

Published in Emerging Economies

APM Terminals is poised for “increased growth” in 2014, said CEO Kim Fejfer as the Dutch-based container terminal operator posted a 3% volume growth for 2013.

Published in Finance Deals


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