January 2019 Issue
Bulk Trades Outlook
Dutch Ports Focus
German Engineering
Bulk Carrier Market
Continuous Ship Unloaders & Technologies

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Algoma Conveyor begins delivery voyage from China to Canada

The recently completed Algoma Conveyor, the third Seawaymax Equinox Class 740’ self-unloading dry-bulk carrier, has begun its delivery voyage from China to Canada.

ClassNK releases new PrimeShip-HULL software

ClassNK has released the latest version of its design support software PrimeShip-HULL (HCSR) Ver.6.0.0, developed in response to the IACS Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers (CSR BC & OT).

Expanding coal trade defies negative overtones

Global coal trades report.

First Grieg Star ship recycled under new EU regulations

Yesterday, Grieg Star began the recycling of its faithful Star Gran at LEYAL Ship Recycling Group in Turkey. She is the first under the new EU recycling regulations.

GB Railfreight to continue successful partnership with Liberty British Aluminium

GB Railfreight are delighted to announce that they will be continuing their successful partnership with Liberty British Aluminium, having agreed to extend their contract for another three years.

Key role of coal for a responsible energy transition

The Paris Agreement, signed in December 2015, focused on combating climate change and setting the path for a low carbon future, aiming at limiting the global temperature increase to 1.5°C...

Launch of innovative sales platform for yachts and ships

At the beginning of January, Vesselbay.com went live with the launch of an innovative international online sales platform for vessels that ensures efficient sales processes.

Coaltrans Poland

Coaltrans Poland is returning on 4-5 June 2019 to Krakow, the only event in Poland to bring the domestic and international coal community together.

Indian power utilities' thermal coal imports up on year

Indian power utilities imported around 50.16 million mt of thermal coal over April 2018-January 2019, registering a 4.6% growth compared with the corresponding period a year go

Sirius Minerals’ tunnel boring machine arrives at Teesside

The first 1,800-tonne tunnel boring machine (“TBM”) that will be used to construct Sirius Minerals’ 23 mile mineral transportation tunnel from Teesside to Whitby, has arrived!

thyssenkrupp to deliver gearless conveyor for Anglo American’s new copper mine in Peru

One of the world’s largest copper reserves will soon be accessed with the help of high- capacity overland conveyors from thyssenkrupp.

WTO trade indicator points to slower trade growth into first quarter of 2019

The most recent WTOI reading of 96.3 is the weakest since March 2010 and below the baseline value of 100 for the index, signalling below-trend trade expansion into the first quarter.

Chinese traders cut Australian coal imports over customs delays

Chinese coal traders are halting purchases of Australian coal and coking coal as clearing times through China’s customs have at least doubled to 40 days or more.

EU Derivative Traders Get U.K. Clearing Access in No-Deal Brexit

Banks, money managers and other derivatives traders based in the European Union won formal approval to use U.K.-based clearinghouses in the event of a no-deal Brexit

Goodbulk expects dry bulk market volatility in 2019

As Chinese trade policies will have an impact on iron ore and coal trades

Great Yarmouth hits new heights with crane investment

The Port of Great Yarmouth has taken delivery of a new state of the art crane giving it greater capabilities to handle larger cargoes on the east coast.

Will the Vale Malaysia fire cause more iron ore supply disruption?

On Friday 15th February 2019, Vale announced there was a fire affecting a conveyor belt system at its distribution centre in Malaysia.

China’s Cold Becomes Shipping’s Flu As Slower Demand Hits Rates

Just as trucking spot rates are hitting two-year lows, ocean shippers are seeing rates hit similar lows amid a slowdown in China and upheavals in bulk commodity trade.

Dry Bulk Week 7: The Baltic Briefing

Despite the focus on Vale and reduced Brazil exports, there were signs of further demand this week that checked further falls.

Leading Russian state bank tightens grip on Black Sea grain export hub i

Russia’s second-biggest bank VTB is buying one of the biggest grain terminals at the Black Sea Port of Novorossiisk...

China January trade data beats forecasts, but sustainability in doubt

China’s exports unexpectedly returned to growth in January after a shock decline the previous month, while imports fell much less than expected, but analysts said the strength was likely due to seasonal factors...

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