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Mitsui O.S.K. Lines: (President: Junichiro Ikeda) received following statement from Nagashiki Shipping Co. Ltd. who are the owners and managers of bulk carrier Wakashio and Time Chartered to MOL.
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India’s coal import fell 43.2% to 11.13 million tonnes (MT) in July this year on account of high stockpile of the dry fuel at pitheads, plants and ports.
A project summary detailing Dome Technology’s recent work for wood-pellet producer Barrette-Chapais at the Port of Saguenay, Quebec, Canada is available now.
New investment, new confidence at the small-but-growing Port of Oshawa.
As we approach the traditionally stronger second half of the year, we are starting to see improved rates for dry bulk but...
Japan’s largest cement producer, fires its new power plant in Ofunato with both biomass and coal.
British Steel has completed a deal with Associated British Ports (ABP) to resume operational control of Immingham Bulk Terminal (IBT).
A quiet end to the week could not disguise the improved sentiment in the capesize market...
Pacific Basin Announces 2020 Interim Results
Maximum authorised draft for neopanamax vessels increased.
he Hydrogen Council was founded in 2017 and currently has 92 members, mainly global companies active in the field of energy and transport...
Just months after rains broke Australia’s crippling three-year drought, fields of grain have sprung to life, lifting forecasts for a bumper wheat harvest...
A total of 93 vessels carrying 15.22 million mt of iron ore arrived at eight major Chinese ports during July 19-25, SMM estimates.
More bulk product than ever is being moved by container...
Heavy duty handling is becoming increasingly popular, especially with the rise in wind components and more.
Bruks Siwertell has secured a prestigious new order that will see the company deliver three new Siwertell ship unloaders to Jurong Port in Singapore.
A first in co-operation between INTERCARGO and DBTG to ensure the safety of all at the ship/shore interface.
Weekly shipping update from The Baltic Exchange
BRITTA OLDENDORFF and DIANE OLDENDORFF are the latest newbuildings to join Oldendorff’s fleet.
4 years ago, the Austrian steel company voestalpine commissioned what was then the largest and most advanced plant for Hot Briquetted Iron (HBI) in the world...