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Gulf Agency on the double

March 3 - Gulf Agency Services had handled two project cargo vessels at the Port of Djibouti.

The vessel HR Endeavour arrived in the port carrying 13 tanks and three 40 ft open top containers, weighing a total of 6,835 tonnes.

The Rickmers Chittagong arrived in Djibouti several days later, carrying two 106-tonne locomotives, one 50-tonne tamping wagon, 64 items of ballasting and shaping, a rail car, flat wagons, damping wagons and accessories with a total volume of 2,982 cu m, for the CCECC Mieso-Da Wanle Railway Project Ethiopia.

Gulf Agency provided agency, husbandry, stevedoring and cargo handling services, as well as handling the discharging operations.

Gulf Agency Services
is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN).

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Marguisa teams up with NileDutch

October 16 - Marguisa has signed an agreement with NileDutch that will see the company’s Calabar service expanded with additional port calls in the Republic of the Congo and São Tomé and Príncipe.
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Natco delivers from Durban

October 15 - South Africa’s Natco Logistics has transported six out-of-gauge (OOG) units from Durban Harbour to an inland destination located approximately 650 km from the port.
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Ex-Im approves USD5 bn loan

September 30 - The US Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im) has authorised a USD5 billion loan to finance US exports to the Mozambique LNG project.
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ALE reconfigures Nissan plant

September 24 - UK-headquartered transport and rigging specialist ALE has completed a complex factory relocation project at the Nissan production plant in Pretoria, South Africa.
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