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Berthing P02 skikda old port M/T duke1


published on 19 December 2019 221 -

Video was sent to Marine-Pilots.com by Mohamed Anwar Remichi
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We continue to spotlight our marine services employees this #TransportMonth. Come spend A Day in the Life of Sipho Mnisi, Marine Pilot at the Port of Durban.
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Without a shadow of doubt, shipping is a key enabler of our current way of life and the globalized world we live in today. The irony is that the average person is unaware of the significance or contribution of the shipping industry and how much we rely on ships working without disruption

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