Hull Blyth News
The latest news and announcements from Hull Blyth as well as shipping information from Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa.
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We are pleased to announce that Hull Blyth has successfully joined the Maritime Anti Corruption Network. Commercial transparency, operational ethics, and company reputation are key parts of our business culture and DNA. MACN’s vision to tackle corruption in the Maritime Industry mirrors our own business ethics.
The East of Nigeria is now connected to the world through Marguisa’s ground breaking service into Calabar. Proud to be part of this first call! Calabar port receives first container ship
Delighted to announce that we have added a weighbridge to the services we provide in Ghana. The weighbridge will assist our clients in providing the verified gross mass required, making HBX in Tema perfectly placed for all your export needs .
Hull Blyth supports BBC Chartering and Dangote Group with the first ship call at the Dangote Lekki Jetty
The Dangote Oil Refinery jetty located at the Lekki Free Trade Zone, Lagos has received its first ever ship call. The ship named BBC Naples berthed at the new jetty on Sunday evening to deliver essential equipment for ongoing construction work at the Dangote Refinery. The Managing Director of Hull […]
The first concrete element has been moved from land into sea marking a new phase of the Tema Port Expansion project delivered by Meridian Port Services. This achievement is significant as it shows the project is on time for building the first 700 meters of quay wall ensuring the new […]
Nigeria’s government has launched the construction of the Lekki Deep Sea Port in Lagos, pledging to provide the needed support for the project. Located at the center of the Lagos Free Trade Zone, the deep sea port will feature three container berths, one dry bulk berth and three liquid berths. […]
Asia to southern Africa container trade rebounded in 2017 and has started 2018 with gusto. Southbound volumes this year are expected to surpass those recorded in 2013. This is according to maritime analyst, Drewry, who highlighted in their latest Container Weekly Insight report that Asian exports to southern Africa had […]
Ghana has ratified the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement that will help African countries carry out trade within their borders without restrictions. Ghana becomes the second country to ratify the agreement after Rwanda. President Nana Akufo-Addo is expected to give presidential assent to the agreement to complete Ghana’s part of […]