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11Mar

FAIRDEAL MARINE, FIRST ARABIC MEMBER TO JOIN EUROSHORE

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19th February 2020
Fairdeal Group is the first member ever from the Arabic area to join Euroshore. Euroshore gather a record of 36 members in 17 countries.
Fairdeal Group was founded in 1978 by the late Cpt Michael Sarros a Master Mariner who has been involved in ship-owning activities since 1973. Headed by Mr. Nick Bafaloukos, the Group is active today in four major fields, shipping, environmental services, oil trading plus bunkering and marine services.

11Mar

VEOLIA UK JOIN EUROSHORE

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On 1st January 2020 VEOLIA UK joined Euroshore, which gather now 35 Member company in 16 countries. We are delighted to welcome them within the Euroshore family and met his representative Neil Holland, Business Manager - Marchwood Hazardous Waste Treatment Facility, for short introductory questions. A few more on a short film here.

11Dec

PROVIDING PORT RECEPTION FACILITIES IN AFRICAN PORTS: A NEW AND INCREASING ROLE FOR PRIVATE BUSINESS ACTORS

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By Dr. Harry Barnes-Dabban, Founder and Executive Coordinator of Ports Environmental Network-Africa*

Most African ports have in the last decade been undergoing institutional restructuring influenced by economic liberalisation, which is a prominent feature of globalisation processes. The ports are beginning to transform from their typical service and tool port management model towards landlord in which the port authorities take charge of port infrastructure, maritime access and port regulation, while port operations and logistical functions are concessioned to the private sector.

11Dec

News about Euroshore people

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Mr. Karl SANDRA, Managing Director of MAC2, Belgium, announced that he is on his way out of the company. We will keep you informed as soon as his departure is effective and regarding his/her successor.

03Dec

IMO Assembly elects new 40-Member Council

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The Assembly of the International Maritime Organization has elected the following States to be Members of its Council for the 2020-2021 biennium: