As climate changes, the frequency and severity of wind gusts hitting APM Terminals facilities around the world has increased significantly. APM Terminals has responded by developing advanced software, which uses Artificial Intelligence, to accurately predict weather events and help terminals prepare as efficiently as possible. In 2021, the software reduced container toppling incidents at its terminal in Tangier to zero.
Advanced software reduces wind gust damage to zero at APM Terminals MedPort Tangier
$1 million: Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa grant to drive electric mobility shift in seven African countries
The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) of the African Development Bank Group will provide a $1 million technical assistance grant to the Green Mobility Facility for Africa (GMFA). GMFA provides technical assistance and investment capital to accelerate and expand private sector investments in sustainable transport solutions in seven countries: Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra […]Read More
Trade between China and African countries recorded double-digit growth in 2022, thanks in part to rising commodity prices. Trade between China and Africa reached a record $282 billion (260 billion euros) in 2022, up 11% from 2021, according to data released by the General Administration of Chinese Customs. China’s exports to African countries increased by […]Read More
ACCRA, Ghana, January 30, 2023/APO Group/ — TradeMark East Africa, one of the world’s leading Aid for Trade organisation, has today rebranded to TradeMark Africa (TMA) (www.TradeMarkAfrica.com) and simultaneously officially launched its West Africa operations. Founded in 2010 in Kenya, today marks TradeMark Africa expansion from its previous core operational area of East Africa and […]Read More