November 2019 Issue
Global Fertilizer Trades
FIBCs & Bagging
Belgium & France
Cement Storage
Italian Equipment Manufacturers
Fertilizer Handling & Storage

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China to purchase $36 bil of US agricultural products in 2020, $43 bil in 2021:

China has committed to purchase $36.3 billion worth of US agricultural products, including soybeans, in 2020 and $43.3 billion in 2021, under the Phase 1 trade deal signed Wednesday...

Increased Piracy in Singapore Strait prompts calls for tighter security

A total of 82 incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships in Asia were reported from January to December 2019, comprising 71 actual incidents and 11 attempted incidents.

Little cheer from Lunar New Year for bulk carrier market

While tanker owners toast their good fortune, bulker operators are downing a cocktail of higher costs, weaker demand and a supply side influx.

Port of Prince Rupert Delivers Another Record Year

Nearly 30 Million Tonnes Of Cargo Moved In 2019

Rhenus transports 13 power generators to Turkey for floating power station

The heavy goods specialist, Rhenus Project Logistics, is currently organising the transportation, handling and storage of 13 enormous MAN diesel engines and their fixtures as part of a complex project.

BHP South Flank Project in Australia Commences Ore Handling Plant Construction

"The project team has worked extremely hard to get the project to this position"

Dunkerque on course despite bulk fall

Despite a reduction in solid bulk volumes last year, Dunkerque-Port's annual traffic reached 53 MT, up 3% from 2018.

BIMCO appoints David Loosley as Secretary General & CEO

Mr Loosley joins from the Institute of Marine Engineering Science & Technology (IMarEST), the international membership body for all marine professionals, which he has successfully led for the last eight years.

Dry Bulk: Week 2

Roundup of the latest Capesize, Panamax, Supramax, Ultramax and Handysize markets from The Baltic Exchange.

French grain sector fears export squeeze as strikes hit logistics

Strikes over pension reform in France could slow grain exports from this month by preventing enough supplies from reaching ports and by making the French crop too expensive to compete overseas.

Port of Rotterdam Authority welcomes European Green Deal

The Port Authority welcomes such measures as additional investment in rail and inland shipping for the transport sector and the acceleration of low and zero emission transport.

ABP Commences Work on the Humber’s Largest Roof Mounted Solar Scheme

ABP is investing £6.8 million in the Port of Hull to install the Humber’s largest roof mounted solar scheme.

Port of Hedland iron ore exports on the rise.

Pilbara Ports Authority has delivered a total monthly throughput of 64.6 million tonnes (Mt) for the month of December 2019. This throughput was a 2% increase compared to the same month in 2018.

Sea Commercial Port “Yuzhny” beats its own record in cargo handling

In 2019, Sea Commercial Port “Yuzhny” handled 15 153 000 tonnes of cargo, it is the highest result in the 41-year history of the company.

Daewoo Shipbuilding targets over $6.8 billion in deals for 2020

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., the world’s second-largest shipbuilder by order backlog, is seeking to secure deals worth more than US$6.88 billion this year, an official said Saturday.

India: Iron ore imports tumble 90% on inflated prices, slip to 7-year low

Iron ore imports plummeted 90 per cent (by volume) during the April-October period this fiscal as steel makers opted for domestic sourcing, amid escalating international prices.

Iron ore arrivals at Chinese ports rose after 2-week decline

SMM estimates that there were 91 vessels carrying 13.88 million mt of iron ore arrived at major Chinese ports during December 29-January 4, up 2.19 million mt from the week ended December 28.

Analysis on the world's US$402 billion dry bulk shipping market

The global dry bulk shipping market is anticipated to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.14% during the period spanning 2019 - 2023. The market is expected to be valued at US$402.65 billion in 2023.

Global soybean market faces challenge to adapt in 2020

The global soybean market will have a tough job in 2020 adapting to the impact of the most recent chapters of the US-China trade dispute, the prolonged influence of African swine fever on Chinese consumption and the rise of Brazil to the top spot in global production rankings.

Dry Bulk: Week 1

Roundup of the latest Capesize, Panamax, Supramax, Ultramax and Handysize markets from The Baltic Exchange.

Scrubber installation waiting list ‘very long’ as IMO 2020 kicks in

There are “very long waiting lists at some shipyards,” particularly in China, for installation of scrubbers on vessels to ensure compliance with IMO 2020 marine fuel regulations, a leading scrubber technologist said this week.

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