FROM THE CEO’S DESK

As 2021 began, many industries and sectors were positive about an economic recovery following 2020 and the impact of the global pandemic across the world. Whilst this recovery did not materialize as anticipated and with several emerging issues…

MARINE EMERGENCY RESPONSE HIGHLIGHTS EFFECTIVE POLLUTION PREVENTION

Recent marine emergency response operations undertaken along the South African coast have again highlighted that proactive prevention ensures safety of life and environmental protection. Two of AMSOL’s vessels have been utilized on a number…

CELEBRATING MILESTONES

Creating a pool of skilled and talented individuals within the maritime sector is a priority at AMSOL. We celebrate those who recently passed their orals for being able to find time in their busy schedules to further develop specialist skills.…

SA’S MARITIME SECTOR: PLAYING A LEADERSHIP ROLE IN THE NATION’S ECONOMIC RECOVERY

South Africa’s maritime sector has the capability to substantially exceed its current 1.2% GDP contribution and in so doing, play a significant role in both the country’s economic recovery and its sustainable growth. Yes, the global economic…

ANCHOR LEG REPLACEMENT PROJECT SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED

SAPREF’s offshore terminal has been in operation since 1970 and is a national keypoint which is essential to South Africa’s fuel supply and the economy. Ensuring the effective operation and maintenance of the Single Point Mooring (SPM) is…

MONITORING THE SOUTHERN BENGUELA ECOSYSTEM

The Environmental Research Vessel 'Algoa' departed Cape Town on the 22nd of August for the Integrated Ecosystem Programme: Southern Benguela voyage. This scientific cruise is a multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional platform aimed to ensure…

MARINE SOLUTIONS THAT POWER GROWTH

Ship-To-Ship (STS) transfer operations involve the transfer of liquid cargo between vessels positioned alongside each other, either while stationary or underway. AMSOL conducts various types of STS transfer operations under different marine…

MANAGING MARINE EMERGENCIES

The capacity to respond to emergencies at sea is essential to ensure that the South African coastline and marine environment are protected from pollution. In partnership with the South African Department of Transport (DOT) and the South African…

PARTNERING FOR COMMUNITY IMPACT: ALL ABOUT ABILITY

In continuation of a multi-year partnership with Cape Mental Health, AMSOL has this year supported entrepreneurship training and workplace experience for 16 South Africans. Of the 16 learnerships, 9 of whom are for women, 12 candidates are completing…

AMSOL GHANA CONTRACT AWARD A MILESTONE FOR EMERGING GHANAIAN COMPANY

AMSOL Ghana commences operations for GOIL; product tanker to undertake offshore fuel deliveries