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China intends to announce this month the first batch of U.S. soybean purchases where most, if not all, will be destined for state reserves
The Panama Canal signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Port of Itaqui, Brazil, to promote the shipment of grains and other cargoes
A total of three incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships were reported in Asia in November 2018
Breakbulk carrousel’ gives breakbulk and heavy cargo companies space for further growth in Rotterdam’s Waalhaven.
BIMCO has published two sulphur content related bunker clauses which are now available on the BIMCO website
Caterpillar has boosted the payload of its 990K wheel loader with the introduction of its Aggregate Handler.
China imported 5.38 million tonnes of soybeans in November, down 38 percent from a year ago and the lowest monthly number in two years
Tunnelling has began today on Sirius Minerals’ 23 mile underground mineral transportation system at Wilton International on Teesside.
Port of Tallinn rewards emission-reducing ships with a discount of up to 8% on tonnage fees
The Saldanha iron ore export channel has been re- opened two days earlier than scheduled owing to the vigorous and quick response led by Transnet engineers.
Vale will continue to pursue iron ore products quality improvements with the acquisition of developer Ferrous Resources and expanding projects with existing synergies
Noble Group’s $3.5 billion debt rescue plan was thrown into doubt on Thursday when Singapore authorities said they would block the re-listing of shares
Rio Tinto’s Amrun project in Queensland, Australia, has shipped out its first consignment of bauxite, six weeks ahead of schedule.
Seizing the opportunity to utilise the UK’s diverse range of ports for short sea shipping was the topic of the British Ports Association’s coastal shipping seminar held in London on 29 November.
When the Island Bay cargo ship arrived from Beirut at the Kerch Strait, gateway to the Azov Sea, it sailed into a perfect storm of geopolitics and bad weather.
The state company “Sea Commercial Port “Yuzhny” handled 11,2 mt of cargo for 11 months of 2018, which is 5,4% more than last year.
Australian coal exports from the key harbour of Newcastle slid by 28% over the course of November to 7.1m tonnes
Governments behaving badly — with populists and authoritarians flouting the rules and international relations fraying — pose some of the biggest risks to the world economy in 2019.
Members of the International Grains Council (IGC) convened for the 48th Council Session in Paris, on 4 December 2018.
Singapore’s Maritime Port Authority (MPA) will ban the discharge of “wash water” used in ships to scrub engine exhaust from Jan. 1, 2020, the MPA said on Friday.
The recent strong seaborne market for US thermal and metallurgical coal could soon face pressure from slowing global economic growth and escalating trade tension