Aust sends supplies experts to tsunami zone, warning of disaster Cape Town - The first three shipments arrived on Sunday morning and now experts esti
Aust sends supplies experts to tsunami zone, warning of disaster
Cape Town – The first three shipments arrived on Sunday morning and now experts estimate between 40% and 60% of the world’s shipping fleet may be affected.
The state-owned shipping company G4S has announced it has set up a new communications centre at the Port of Pretoria in collaboration with South Africa.
Cape Town’s main international terminal will be opened in about two weeks and operations there will be suspended for the week and also will not be possible for a few weeks after that, G4S said in a statement released late on Tuesday.
“The centre will help ensure our company’s international customers can reach their potential in a more efficient and effective way to ensure their economic future,” said Richard West, G4S’ vice president global corporate communications.
The port authority announced on Tuesday that more than 20,000 extra staff were brought in to deal with the situation.
An internal report that was made to the port authority for consideration for the first time in seven years found that a combination of a lack of communication f바카라rom Cape Town Port and the loss of the local carrier, ATSI, had delayed shipment of the goods.
South Africa was hit by a wave of high-frequency trading in 2008. It was estimated that a large part of the trade came from trading for the currency US dollars.
South Africa was left out of the rest of the world’s banking system during this time, and has never recovered since.