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ABP Ipswich invests £700k to boost storage at port

Construction of the new portable warehouse began in 2018 and was completed on schedule to provide extra storage space facilities for the needs...

AUMUND to provide conveying and storage solutions for Dangote Cement

Dangote Cement relies on AUMUND Group conveying and storage technology for Africa

Port of Szczecin is top bulk terminal in new BIMCO report

The best performing port, in BIMCO’s Dry Bulk Terminals Vetting Report 2018

Rains continue to dampen Indonesian thermal coal supply as China, India markets heat up

Bad weather conditions in Indonesia, especially in the South Kalimantan province, continue to affect thermal coal production and loading schedules

Delivering Hunter Valley coal to Asian markets

A shipment of 96 coal wagons arrived at the Port of Newcastle over the weekend to support Asia’s strong demand for the Hunter Valley’s high quality thermal coal.

Metso to deliver a large-scale pellet plant to Tata Steel in India

Metso has won a significant order to deliver a large-scale iron ore pellet plant and related engineering services to Tata Steel for the expansion of the Kalinganagar operation in India.

Sea Commercial Port “Yuzhny” cargo turnover increased in 2018

According to the results of 2018, the state company “Sea Commercial Port “Yuzhny” increased the cargo turnover to 12,3 mt.

CBH’s rail fleet achieves milestone

The CBH Group has marked a milestone, transporting more than 50 million tonnes of grain on its rail fleet since the co-operative purchased its own locomotives and wagons in 2012.

Conveyor transfer point optimisation key to productivity

Today’s evolving bulk materials handling operations are constantly in pursuit of optimal productivity and efficiency.

Konecranes wins repeat order for mobile harbour crane in Turkey

The rail-mounted portal harbour crane for Turkey's newest port operator, Atakas Port Business, follows two rubber-tired Konecranes Gottwald Model 7 mobile harbour cranes put into operation a year ago.

China’s 2018 iron ore imports fall 1%

This is the first annual drop since 2010

China’s annual coal imports in 2018 at 10.23 mil mt, up 3.9% on year

In 2018, China imported a total of 281.23 million mt of crude coal, up 3.9% on year, China Customs figures showed.

Exports drive banner season at Port of Hamilton

The Hamilton Port Authority’s 2018 cargo results are in, revealing the highest volume of cargo handled through the port in more than a decade.

Getting the inside track on dust control

HKD Blue expands its dust-control product line (see video)

New Liebherr crane for Port of Rosyth

Scotland’s best connected port, has welcomed their new Liebherr multimillion pound mobile harbour crane (model LHM 550) as part of a major investment programme at the port

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ABP strengthens business with new steel contract

ABP has secured new business handling 40,000 tonnes of steel each year at the UK’s biggest port, the Port of Immingham.

ABP: £250m to keep Britiain trading through Brexit

ABP, the UK’s leading ports operator, recently announced an additional investment to boost facilities at its Port of Hull, bringing the group’s total investment to £250 million since the EU referendum in 2016

Brazil soybean crop estimate cut 5.3%

Brazil soybean production in 2018-19 will fall to 115.72 million mt, from 120.8 million mt last season, analyst Safras & Mercado forecast.

Bulker refloated after running aground off Virginia

The 176,200 dwt bulk carrier JSW Salem ran aground off Virginia on January 10, but was able to refloat with the rising tide, according to the US Coast Guard.

Dry Bulk Week 2: The Baltic Briefing

Capesize - A slow start followed by a busy 24 hours of improving rates and a firming FFA market fuelled positive sentiment, only to see both paper and physical sales slide the next day.

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