Ports & Ships News Bulletin goes weekly

Jun 2, 2008
Author: P&S


Just a reminder in case you didn’t see the following message in last Friday’s news column and Newsletter.

This week’s edition of the news will appear on Thursday, 5 June.


Friday, 30 May - With effect from this coming week our daily news bulletin will be replaced with a weekly edition, appearing in the middle part of each week. While we have some regrets in taking this step, we are also excited at having the opportunity and time to refocus on other sectors of the PORTS & SHIPS website that have been neglected over the past year or more, including the Naval and Cruise news pages.

We intend also to pay greater attention to the important Ship Movement reports detailing all ports within the range of Walvis Bay on the west coast all the way round to Mombasa on the east and not forgetting Port Louis in Mauritius.

The new weekly news bulletin will continue to be available as a Newsletter, emailed out to whoever registers. If you have been receiving a Newsletter your free subscription will automatically continue until you decide otherwise. Receiving the Newsletter becomes an easy way to stay in touch with some African maritime related news.

Important breaking news will be published on the News page of PORTS & SHIPS as it occurs without waiting for the weekly bulletin.

To all companies out there a reminder to send your press releases and other news that you would like to share with a worldwide African oriented readership. Photographers are also welcome to send in pictures for publication. Please use at least a medium resolution in jpeg format.

Potential advertisers are also welcome to contact us.

Ports & Ships has some exciting ideas regarding future developments and it is hoped that by taking this step some of those will soon become available. Please keep reading.


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