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British Ports Association launches new coronavirus information hub and examines the employment implications for UK ports
Coronavirus upends global food supply chains in latest economic shock
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In 2019, the Liebherr Group completed another very successful business year with turnover of € 11,750 million.
The bulk cargoes bauxite and bauxite fines are both commonly-carried cargoes and their...
NovaAlgoma Short Sea Carriers recently announced they have taken delivery of the Sider Buffalo, a 6,800 deadweight mini-bulker.
Despite the challenging and unpredictable future our world faces, I would like to offer some certainty on behalf of our team at the waterway.
In Finland bioenergy has a key role in the production of renewable energy. Bioenergy production is largely integrated into forestry and forest industry.
IMO Secretary-General seeks UN support over “key worker” designation for seafarers
There is an increasing disconnect between the price of thermal coal and liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Asia...
New Dry Bulk Management Standard launched to improve dry bulk vessel and fleet safety
Liebherr’s maritime manufacturing plant in Rostock has achieved the next milestone in its outstanding heavy lift project.
In March 2020, public stevedoring company “Yuzhny” handled 1 m 777,2 thous. tonnes of cargo. This is more than the previous record monthly volume.
South African ports remain open to all types of cargo, although essential goods will be prioritised.
BIMCO, ICS and other industry partners have teamed up and presented the IMO with a list of recommendations for maritime trade during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Director of ABP Humber, Simon Bird, on Keeping Britain Trading Amidst a Global Pandemic
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”If the EU fails to adopt tailor-made sectoral policies and support – beyond its horizontal policies and general support to all sectors – Europe risks to lose its strategic maritime technology sector to Asia..."
Three Cleveland Cascades loading chutes are now in constant use at ADM Ama Louisiana in New Orleans
Excavator buckets are designed to handle a wide range of materials, including grain.
The health and safety of its employees, customers and partners remains the company’s number one priority and it is working hard to assess and mitigate any risks.