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TG APHRODITE A01 18/09/18
MSC KRITTIKA A02 15/09/18
K KASTURI A01 20/09/18
ELBELLA A02 18/09/18
VENUS A01 20/09/18
MSC ELSA3 A02 21/09/18
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Meeting of the commercial and service activities partners in the port of Aden
October 12, 2017, 9:52 am
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9 October 2017 – Meeting has chaired by Mr. Mohamed Alawi Amzrabeh, President of the Port of Aden, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Aden Port Development Company, accompany with Mr. Fadhle Ahmed Qassem, Acting General Manager of Aden Container Terminal, Captain Shafi'a Al-Hariri, General Manager of wharfs and yards at Malla’a wharf, Captain Ahmed Albishi acting General Manager of Marine Department (Harbor Master), The meeting was attended by the leaders of the commercial and service activities in the port of Aden, represented by Mr. Mohsen Qahtan, General Manager of Free Zone Customs, Sheikh Salem Al Saadi, Board Member of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Aden, Dr. Abdullah Ahmed Al Khader, Acting of the Investment Division Director at Aden Free Zone, and Shipping lines local agents in Aden.

The meeting has focused on the accumulation of the overdue containers and abandoned shipments at Aden and Al-Ma'ala container terminals for long periods of time which have exceeded the permissible storage period according to the Customs Law and the Free Zone Law, the discussion was about the establishment of a regulatory mechanism for clearing of these overdue goods through a public auction.

The meeting attendees have welcomed this idea which aimed for the establishment of regulatory bases through the formation of Fifth specialized committee from the Port of Aden, free zone, customs and representatives of the Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of shipping which will study the experiments in the neighboring ports to regulate the auction procedures and the subsequent proceedings to ensure collection of the concerned parties charges and fees against the services provided to the overdue shipments since its arrival at the port of Aden.

Whereas, the accumulation of the abandoned shipments in the port of Aden have increased as a result of several causes, foremost of which is the current economic situation in the Republic of Yemen, which has negatively affected due to the current civil war since 2015.