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Harnessing wind power and saving the environment
Ongoing signs point to negative pandemic influences affecting commodity import demand becoming less intense in a number of countries.
Report by Maria Cappuccio
Pandemic leadership and use of technology cements group’s place at ship management’s top table.
Over 90% of world trade is in the hands of the international maritime shipping industry
Cleveland Cascades have recently dispatched 2 x systems for Ship Loading in Nigeria.
Liebherr LHM 550 technology provides update in Grenaa port
With a sizer crusher for soft ore applications
Latest updates from The Baltic Exchange for Capesize, Panamax, Ultramax/Supramax & Handysize
NIBULON has launched a 90-m non-self-propelled vessel
BIMCO will open its fourth local office, this time in London, at the beginning of 2021.
The technology group Wärtsilä’s extensive experience in marine hybrid propulsion solutions will enable a greatly decreased emissions footprint
Metso Outotec supports the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) emergency program in Beirut, Lebanon, in collaboration with UNICEF Finland.
Video: Traditionally, the port of Rotterdam has been strong in breakbulk.
NORDEN is aiming to be amongst the top three players in the handysize sector in the Pacific, after launching its new service out of Singapore last month.
Newcastle wheat shipment first of many as exporters roar back into global markets.
In January 2021, BIMCO will be inviting the industry to view and offer feedback on the new Ship Sale Agreement in the pipeline.
For optimum performance of a conveyor system, it is critical that the belt always runs straight on the conveyor, without sideways movement.
The current pandemic has set the world in a spin and continues to cloud the dry bulk market
This weekend saw the new berths for inland shipping at Maashaven being taken into use.