Merchant Navy & Fisheries

Senegal signs new fishing agreements with Mauritania

By Diary N'diaye Bâ On the sidelines of the African Union summit in Nouakchott, Senegal and Mauritania signed new agreements that give Senegalese fishermen 400...

Djibouti launches the largest commercial area in Africa

Djibouti officially launched on July 5, 2018, Djibouti International Free Trade Zone (DIFTZ), the largest commercial area in Africa that will include a total...

Last horn of Mist for shipowner Jacques Saadé

A great tribute was paid Friday, June 29 to Jacques R. Saadé in Marseille. The founder of the CMA-CGM group, who died Sunday, June...

Tangier Med, a success story in support of the Moroccan port strategy

By Daniel Pingeot Africa's largest port, Tanger Med in Morocco has become one of the most important logistic platforms in the world in a decade....

762 merchant ships docked in Gabon in 2017

The Gabon Ports and Harbors Authority (OPRAG) held on Thursday its board of directors under the direction of its chairman, Pierre Reteno Ndiaye, appointed...

The Senegal-Mauritanian fishing agreement in its final phase

The fishing agreement between Mauritania and Senegal, several times postponed, is in its final phase according to the Senegalese Minister of Fisheries and Maritime...

The Suez Canal brings in $ 5 billion in 10 months

Suez Canal sales in Egypt for the first ten months of the 2017-2018 fiscal year ending in June reached about $ 5.1 billion, Finance...

Djibouti- DP World: Maneuvers on the Straits of Bab El Mandeb

Ejected from the Doraleh terminal on February 22, 2018, DP World has since conducted three offensives under the interested gazes of Beijing and Washington. First,...

Cherry Blossom case: OCP recovers its cargo

The ship Cherry Blossom has just left the territorial waters of South Africa. Seized on May 1 following a request for seizure with the...

Vincent Bolloré gets bogged down: from custody to indictment

Vincent Bolloré, the CEO of the Bolloré group and Vivendi's largest shareholder, was indicted on Wednesday, April 25 in the evening. The CEO of...

Guinea: Guinean justice will cooperate in the Bolloré case according to Cheick Sacko, the...

In the assessment of the incredible case of the acquisition of the port of Conakry, we do not smoke the same pipe in the...

Gregory Krief of MSC Togo: “LCT terminal LCT plays a role of regulator of...

The second largest shipping company, the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) is based in Geneva, Switzerland, a country as landlocked as Mali and Niger. Present...

Exclusive interview with Jerome Petit, Bolloré Logistics Africa General Manager

«BOLLORÉ COVERS ALL THE AFRICAN CONTINENT» Present on the African continent for half a century, Bolloré intends to invest 100 million euros between 2017 and...

The Belgian Christian De Block new DG of the Port of Cotonou

It was during a very simple ceremony in the premises of the General Directorate of the Autonomous Port of Cotonou that the act was...