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Brazilian farmers aggressively sell soy, corn amid weak currency, U.S.-China deal

Brazil might not be harvesting soybeans at a record pace, but farmers there are certainly selling their crops at a much quicker clip than usual...

Dry Bulk: Week 7

Latest on the Capesize, Panamax, Supramax, Ultramax and Handysize markets from The Baltic Exchange.

First Liebherr portal slewing crane in the U.S.

New Liebherr Portal Slewing crane type LPS 420 for North Carolina Ports facility at the Port of Morehead City, USA

Port of Ipswich celebrates aggregates record

Associated British Ports (ABP) has announced that in November 2019, it handled the largest quantity of construction aggregates ever to pass through the Port of Ipswich in one month...

Port of Rotterdam throughput of 469.4 million tonnes in 2019

Significant underlying shifts were observable between the various commodities.

“Sea Commercial Port “Yuzhny” improves dry bulk handling

The construction of a new handling complex for import bulk cargo with fitting a new railcar dumping system is to increase the volume of export and transit cargo.

Breakbulk Europe to Return to Bremen in 2021

Breakbulk Europe will return to Bremen, Germany, for the fourth consecutive year in 2021 at Messe Bremen from 18-20 May.

Rand Logistics Inc. to acquire American Steamship Co.

Rand Logistics Inc. has entered into a stock purchase agreement to acquire American Steamship Co. (ASC) from GATX Corp.

Van den Bosch acquires Swedish Willis Larsson Transport AB

This acquisition results in a further expansion of the logistic activities in the dry bulk segment.

Dry Bulk: Week 6

Latest on the Capesize, Panamax, Supramax, Ultramax and Handysize markets from The Baltic Exchange.

UK ports calling for funding for local preparedness for the Coronavirus

Following the Health Secretary’s statement this morning that Coronavirus represents ”serious and imminent threat” to public health, the British Ports Association is calling for more funding...

Wilhelmsen makes delivery of 3D printed parts to Berge Bulk vessel

Berge Mafadi, a Berge Bulk vessel, has received the world’s first commercial delivery of 3D printed scupper plugs as part of Wilhelmsen’s Early Adopter Programme.

Triodetic undertakes two major dome projects

For the past 60 years, Triodetic, a Canadian company has been designing and building storage facilities for a wide variety of applications all over the world.

Damen unveils Ballast Water Pre Filtration Barge

Damen Shipyards has unveiled a Ballast Water Pre Filtration Barge (BWPF) to assist vessels in complying with the IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention.

GTMaritime gives Rocktree a rock-solid platform for data transfer

A need for reliable data synchronisation over multiple systems first led Rocktree to GTMaritime, but the floating terminal operator now has much larger digital ambitions in its sights.

KenzFigee: floating cranes to meet the needs of the transshipment market

Since its establishment in 1836, KenzFigee has shaped the skylines of harbours and terminals all over the world with a large number of floating bulk handling cranes for the transshipment industry.

Samsung Heavy Industries suffer losses for 5 years running

Samsung Heavy Industries suffered heavy losses again last year due to large one-off costs related to its drillships. The company has been in the red for five consecutive years.

Scantech: High-tech analysis of coal cargoes

SizeScan analyser for PSD, volume and speed.

Toyota develops "Fuel Cell System" for maritime applications

Former racing catamaran turned ship of the future, Energy Observer has made waves as it has been navigating its six-year odyssey around the world as the first energy-autonomous hydrogen vessel.

UK Ports: Now Lets Have The Detailed Vision For Future UK Trade Policy

Responding to developments recently including the Prime Minister’s speech in Greenwich, the British Ports Association has called on the Government to clarify the mixed messages on trade and set out a positive and detailed vision for the UK’s trade and industrial policy.

China commodities nosedive as coronavirus raise consumption fears

Chinese commodities markets slumped on the first trading day after an extended Lunar New Year break, with several futures contracts hitting downside limits...

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