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As market leaders providing quality containers in Australia, Tiger Containers stocks and supplies the largest range of new and used general steel shipping containers. Tiger Containers also offers onsite shipping container storage at various secure locations across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Australia-wide. Shelter is one of the basic needs, which makes owning a home one of the most important things for the majority of us. South Africa’s most comprehensive Directory of Maritime Services is now listed on this site. We offer a Door to Door and a Door to Port service for your big or small shipments.We have a Team of Specialists who are ready to assist you with all your transportation and other needs. During the better part of their existence, shipping containers have mostly been used for a single purpose, and that is transporting cargo across vast oceans.
Try our MARITIME SERVICES DIRECTORY CLICK HEREFirst View – STELLA HAMALThe Liberian-flagged, German owned and operated bulker STELLA HAMAL (22,351-gt, built 2009) which called in Durban harbour this past week. Our specialised containers – including refrigeration containers, flatracks containers, open top containers, Bolsters and high cube containers – are available in both 20 foot and 40 foot. Delegates were told that the official opening was being delayed to enable the operators to ease themselves in and to give them the opportunity of testing operating systems. He said another option was to export the ore through the new port at Ngqura but as yet no decision had been taken.Green light for Transnet’s Ngqura rail operationA class 36 diesel shunting locomotive brings in a train of wagons to test the new rail facilities at the port of Ngqura.
There are presently four operational lines in the marshalling yard with the remaining five due to be available by March 2010. The rail route links the new port to the City Deep rail terminal in South Africa’s Gauteng Province via Beaconsfield (Kimberley). Transnet has refurbished some 400 container wagons and will utilise its class 7E locomotive fleet for traffic on the line, which has a design capacity of six trains per day (50-wagon trains).
The new marshalling yard infrastructure can accommodate up to six trains per day per direction and the hinterland will have a design capacity of two trains per day. The hinterland capacity will be increased as volumes increase, subject to financial and business viability.Transnet says that the Port of Ngqura and its 60,000 hectare container terminal represent its (Transnet) solution to South Africa’s long-time lack of container capacity due to the considerable growth in container traffic. To date Transnet has invested in excess of R10 billion to develop the state-of-the-art port and associated infrastructure, which will boast a world class two-berth container terminal (with a further two berths under construction), a two-berth multipurpose terminal and a one-berth liquid bulk terminal. The Port of Ngqura’s advantage over other ports in Africa is that it is a deep-water port with a depth of between 16 and 18 metres, which can accommodate the new generation container vessels.


This will enable Transnet to increase capacity for container volumes, and at the same time relieve container congestion in the South African port system, while attracting additional transhipment cargo.
Planning of the port has been integrated with the planning of the adjacent Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) for efficiency and increased economic benefit to businesses in this location.The Ngqura container terminal will be able to accommodate large container ships carrying between 6,000 to 10,000 TEUs. It will be able to handle in excess of 100 container moves per ship working hour with sufficient stack and berth capacity to cater for future growth up to 2 million TEUs.
The terminal also boasts good inland connectivity for import and export traffic through road and rail.Milestones achieved to date have included the handover of the Port Control building, the container terminal’s first two of four berths, the two multi-purpose berths, the single liquid berth, the four-storey Transnet Port Terminals administration building and the temporary container engineering workshop.
The Port Control Tower will operate 24 hours with marine operations and services initially offered during day hours.Equipment assembled and commissioned to date includes 22 rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) and six Megamax ship-to-shore cranes, two rail-mounted gantry cranes (RMGs), two reach stackers, four empty container handlers and installation of all 1680 reefer frames for refrigerated cargo. Picture courtesy TPTDrought and conflict aggravate hunger in East Africa, warns UN food agency21 September 2009 –The crop prospects in the Horn of Africa for this year are poor, on the heels of below-average rainfall, violence and displacement, and will intensify hunger in the region, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) cautioned today.
With almost 20 million people in East Africa dependent on food assistance, this number may increase as the hunger season gets under way, especially among marginal farmers, pastoralists and low-income people in urban areas. Also compounding the problem is the El Nino meteorological phenomenon, which typically brings heavy rains to the area at the end of the year. This could result in floods and destroy crops, livestock, infrastructure, and homes, FAO said in a press release issued in Rome. Although prices have been on a downward trend recently, prices of maize, a major staple, are still higher than they were two years ago, with households having low purchasing power. This year's harvest is predicted to be the fourth successive poor harvest in Uganda, with some regions possibly seeing food production well below 50 per cent average. Over one million people are estimated to be food insecure in the country, with more possibly becoming hungry. In neighbouring Kenya, this year's poor maize crop – combined with already low cereal stocks, export bans high cereal prices – has reduced access to food.
FAO's Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit warned that Somalia is facing the worst humanitarian crisis in 18 years, with half the population – 3.6 million people – in need of life-saving assistance.
UKMTO alerted other merchant vessels and the Counter Piracy Forces on MERCURY, the EU-introduced common counter piracy communication system. Thereupon a Japanese P3 Orion reconnaissance aircraft, already on site, reported position information to other counter piracy forces. The Australian warship HMAS Toowoomba of CTF 151, closest to the skiff, was assisted by the helicopter of the German EU NAVFOR warship FGS Bremen in stopping the fleeing skiff.
On sighting of the helicopter unknown items and a ladder were thrown over the bow of the skiff and all eight persons on the skiff raised their arms awaiting the boarding team of HMAS Toowoomba.


The helicopter of FGS Bremen continued to secure the area from the air,” said EU NAVFOR in its statement.--------------------In another incident, an Iranian warship opened fire on a number of motor boats carrying suspected pirates after they approached three Iranian vessels, the IRAN ABOUZAR, IRAN FARS and IRAN BAM also in the Gulf of Aden. After warning signals had been ignored the Iranian warship commenced firing in the vicinity of the suspected pirates, who broke off and left the scene.--------------------The Russian Navy is preparing to send its fourth detachment of warships to the Gulf of Aden to engage in anti-piracy patrols, reports the Russian news agency RIA Vostok-Media.
The detachment will consist of one destroyer and two support ships, replacing the destroyer Admiral Tributs, and two support vessels which are currently on station.
Allowing competent authorities access to vessels, manifests and other records may be vital to successful prosecution. It is important that shipping companies support the prosecution of their attackers,” he said.According to Shapiro the American decision to prosecute the single suspected pirate captured during the MAERSK ALABAMA hostage drama demonstrates US resolve to prosecute when its own ships are attacked.
The next sale will involve the well-publicised Ro-Ro passenger car carrier DAEWOO FRONTIER (42,567-gt, built 1988, IMO 8521206) will be offered on Tuesday, 29 September, also in Durban but at the Hilton Hotel, Polela Room at 11am. On the same date and time the pure car carrier TRUST DUBAI (5,879-GT, built 1987, IMO 8701387) will also be offered for sale. Minister of Planning & Development Aiuba Cuereneia said the success of this development could lead to similar ventures elsewhere.
The Federal Minister of Transport, Ibrahim Isa Bio said Nigeria is ready to assume its rightful place in the maritime sector in the region and NIMASA has been instructed to ensure this happens, which includes ensuring the 70% participation of Nigerians according to the cabotage act.--------------------The Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) says it has allocated the money to upgrade its various ports including those on the inland waterways.
The ports of Dar es Salaam, Tanga, Bagamoyo, Mtwara, Mwanbani (south of Tanga) and the lake port of Kigoma are all earmarked for various improvement programmes, he said.
The line of trucks has resulted in traffic congestion extending back 15 kilometres, according to news reports from the region and is causing serious disruption and inconvenience for other road users.
Cameroon has declared that overloaded vehicles coming from Nigeria are causing damage to the country’s road system. Truck drivers questioned say they are being forced to overload or face dismissal.--------------------Captain Charles AJ Vanderperre, who is regarded as the pioneer of third party ship management, has died at his home in Thailand at the age of 87. For more than five decades Vanderperre was regarded as one of the most prominent names in Hong Kong’s maritime world.
He was the founder of Wallem Shipmanagement and later of Univan Ship Management.Pics of the day – AL MAREEKHThe Saudi-owned and flagged refrigerated (reefer) cargo ship AL MAREEKH (13,29-gt, built 1984), has been a regular caller in Durban, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town every year during the citrus season, including when this majestic looking ship operated as the LINDEROS and prior to that as PACIFIC UNIVERSAL. She was in Durban when these pictures were taken this week by Trevor JonesDon’t forget to send us your news and press releases (and trade news) for inclusion in the News Bulletins.



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