Libyan Ports Update - 9th April
Zwetina & Marsa Hariga oil terminals have been re-opend recently to be operating normally as they are now under government control. Other ports ( Essidra & Ras Lanuf) are expected to re-open in the next couple of weeks and return to government control and operate normally.
However, we recommend that Members should consult their usual Club contact, or the local correspondent ( see details below) in case of vessels calling at any of these ports at this timeAlkhabir Marine Consultants, Tripoli, Libya
Contact: Osama Nuri
Telephone: +218 (0) 213611590
Fax: +218 (0) 213611591
Mobile: +218 (0) 91370 8269
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