We are pleased to inform you that the Noël Crane became operational at the Port Elizabeth Container Terminal at the end of July 2019. The commissioning of the Noël Crane, which arrived in Port Elizabeth at the end of February 2019, was delayed due to non-availability of parts in South Africa.
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The Coega Development Corporation (CDC), operator of the Coega Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Nelson Mandela Bay, announced today that it has secured an additional 18 new investors in the 2018/19 financial year (FY).
The 18 new investors signed amounted to R2,6 billion in investments against a target of R693 million for the 2018/19 FY
Transnet National Ports Authority commemorated the 100th anniversary of the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO), World Health and Safety Day at Work. Whilst the actual day was celebrated on Sunday, 28 April this year, the Port of PE decided to reignite staff awareness on the importance of health and safety at work on a week day.
The Eastern Cape (EC) Province is emerging as an energy hub, reflective of South Africa’s (SA) approach to a diversified energy mix. South Africa’s sunshine coast has prioritized unlocking the Oceans Economy through advancing the Oil and Gas (O&G) opportunities in the province. Marking the 19th annual African Utility Week, which will take place in Cape Town from 14 – 16 May 2019. The EC province will play a pivotal role in highlighting the potential of the province and its progress from an Energy front.
Jupilog Consulting has been appointed by the Department of Small Business Development to carry out this year’s Annual Review of Small Business and Co-operatives in South Africa.
Africa’s Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) seems evenly spread than ever before, this is according to a report issued by Ernst & Young - Africa’s competitiveness in attracting Foreign Direct Investment. The report goes to say the East, West, North and Southern Africa hold an almost equal share of the continent’s FDI projects.
Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) welcomed the MV Titus, the latest WW Ocean Neo-Panamax vessel on her maiden voyage, in the Port of Port Elizabeth yesterday.
“This is the best women’s months present, we have been longing for and finally we have received it in a strategic sector of our economy,” highlighted the MEC for Finance, Economic Development and Environmental Affairs and Tourism, Lubabalo Mabuyane upon learning that South African Marine Fuels PTY Ltd (SAMF) is a South African owned, black women managed company.
Factories are invited to enter the Factory of the Year competition. Just imagine seeing a factory from Nelson Mandela Bay scooping this honour; the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber urges member companies to enter. What have you got to lose?
Three South African ports, operated by Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA), have been nominated for the Africa & Indian Ocean segment of the 25th annual World Travel Awards in the category of “Africa’s Leading Cruise Port 2018.”
- LETTER TO CUSTOMER - PECT CRANE
- R2,6 BILLION IN NEW INVESTMENTS COEGA SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE
- Port of PE commemorates World Health and Safety Day at Work
- Eastern Cape poised for exciting Energy Developments – Advancing Oil and Gas opportunities
- 2018/19 Annual Review of Small Businesses
- Coega SEZ a beacon for the future of FDI in Southern Africa
- PE welcomes modern vessel on maiden voyage
- Bunkering Services takes off at Algoa Bay
- South Africa Factory of the Year competition
- Vote for SA Cruise Ports in World Travel Awards 2018