April 2021 Issue
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Port of Ayr completes £2.2m investment strategy

ABP marks the completion of a seven-year £2.2 million investment strategy to upgrade all front-line machinery at the port.

Support of CP-KCS merger

Further stakeholders in support of CP-KCS merger

3 Damen tugs for Queensland Bulk Ports

Damen Shipyards Group has been awarded a contract by Australia-based Engage Marine for the delivery of three ASD Tug 3212.

Dry Bulk: Week 18

Latest updates from The Baltic Exchange for Capesize, Panamax, Ultramax/Supramax & Handysize

Seanergy Maritime takes delivery of Capesize vessel

Seanergy Maritime has announced that it has taken delivery of the 181 325 DWT Capesize bulk carrier, built in 2012 by Imabari Shipbuilding Co. in Japan

Upgrade for Port of Port Hedland’s shipping berths

One of Port of Port Hedland’s first shipping berths, Berth 3 is getting a major upgrade as part of Western Australia’s State Government’s WA Recovery Plan...

CN sets latest grain movement record

CN has announced that it moved 2.90 million metric tonnes (MMT) of western Canadian grain in April 2021, exceeding the previous April record...

Shi.E.L.D. pushing hard for crew vaccines

Dry bulk transshipment specialist, Shi.E.L.D. Services is working hard to obtain much-needed Covid-19 vaccines to protect their dedicated crews.

Fednav takes delivery of newest icebreaker bulk carrier

Fednav Limited is pleased to announce that it has taken delivery of its latest Polar Class 4 icebreaking bulk carrier—the MV Arvik I.

Grain and soya trade advancing rapidly

Commodity imports in numerous countries around the world are expected to benefit from strengthening consumption trends during 2021.

Industry leaders explore hydrogen supply chains

German steel companies thyssenkrupp Steel and HKM and the Port of Rotterdam jointly investigate setting up international supply chains for hydrogen.

Dry Bulk: Week 17

Latest updates from The Baltic Exchange for Capesize, Panamax, Ultramax/Supramax & Handysize

EPS & Rio Tinto Ink Dual Fuel LNG Charter

Eastern Pacific Shipping and Rio Tinto enter charter for up to six dual-fuel LNG dry bulk carriers.

Su-Nav establishes an Integrated Ship Management Services model

Su Nav has established a comprehensive range of services over the last few years, incorporating an in-house Maritime Training Academy...

South Louisiana rail storage project completed

Dow Chemical enters into a 20-year lease with the Port of South Louisiana

Yemen ports in bad shape

In 2019 and late 2020 the Port of Rotterdam Authority conducted a damage and capacity analysis of port infrastructure and operations on behalf of the UNDP

Imperial to sell South American shipping business

The board of Imperial has announced that it has entered into an agreement for the sale of its South American shipping business to Hidrovias do Brasil S.A.

AAL heavy barge parcelling capabilities

AAL demonstrates the lifting and cargo intake capability of its mega-size A-Class fleet...

Port Milwaukee defies global pandemic to report excellent year

Despite the many challenges that 2020 brought, Port Milwaukee fared extremely well.

Dry Bulk: Week 16

Latest updates from The Baltic Exchange for Capesize, Panamax, Ultramax/Supramax & Handysize

EEX to expand Dry Bulk Freight portfolio

The European Energy Exchange (EEX) will expand its range of products for the Dry Bulk Freight market with the launch of Handysize 7TC Freight Futures.

Panama Maritime Authority approves Indian Register of Shipping to conduct remote surveys

IRClass ensures that ships continue to stay compliant with various IMO conventions and sail with valid certificates.

Montevideo has received its first ever call from a Capesize vessel

The Port of Montevideo in Uruguay has received a Capesize vessel for the first time in its history.

Season’s first saltie arrives in Duluth

Video: The first oceangoing vessel of the 2021 maritime shipping season arrived Sunday afternoon in the Port of Duluth-Superior.

Dry Bulk: Week 15

Latest updates from The Baltic Exchange for Capesize, Panamax, Ultramax/Supramax & Handysize

First biofuel trial of an ocean-going vessel in Singapore

Trial conducted by Oldendorff Carriers, together with BHP, advanced biofuels pioneer GoodFuels (GF) and with the support of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore.

NORDEN acts on asset trading opportunities

NORDEN’s Asset Management division has made a number of asset trades in recent weeks to capitalise on market opportunities.

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