February 2019 Issue
Global Coal Trades
Coal Handling Systems
Bulker Forecast
Offshore Stevedoring
Coal Terminal Developments
Ships' Agents
Covered Storage

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Tag: Environment

Ship owners worry about clean fuel bill as ports ban ‘scrubbers’

More ports around the world are banning ships from using a fuel cleaning system that pumps waste water into the sea, one of the cheapest options for meeting new environmental shipping rules.

Accurate, high performance train loading systems

Schenck Process train loaders are designed to load safely, efficiently and accurately while maximizing the use of the capacity in each wagon.

Bühler joins the World Business Council for Sustainable Development

Bühler has today joined the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), a global network of nearly 200 forward-thinking companies.

Hempel: Protecting ships from the inside out

Marine paints and coatings are specifically formulated to protect and strengthen a dry bulk vessel’s hull, cargo holds, and hatch covers against damage — protecting the ship from the inside out..

Cotecna, global provider of quality assurance services for the grains industry

Cotecna provides testing, inspection and certification services to facilitate trade and make supply chains safer and more efficient for its clients.

Bulkship Management employs Alfa Laval ballast water treatment solution for fleet

Oslo-based Bulkship Management AS has chosen Alfa Laval PureBallast 3 for compliance in ballast water treatment.

Brazil iron ore shortfall could reach 90 million mt/year

The iron ore market could lose as much as 90 million mt/year of supplies from Brazil — about a quarter of the country’s total export capacity — from output curbs following the fatal tailings dam burst at Vale’s Corrego do Feijao mine...

Will hydrogen fuel power the shift to a greater use of renewables?

The global maritime industry is now on the threshold of a committed move towards renewable energy, with hydrogen as the potential acid test in the shift away from fossil fuels.

INTERCARGO: “2019 is a year for dry cargo owners to prepare their vessels for landmark changes in shipping”

INTERCARGO held its Executive and Technical Committee meetings in Hong Kong on 4 and 5 March 2019, along with the Dinner Reception on the first day for Members and Guests.

New Flowsafe ballast water management system will save costs for dry bulkers

A new Ballast Water Management System (BWMS) developed by Flow Water Technologies Ltd, called FlowSafe, can now be fitted in bulkers with Gravity discharge pumps.

New opportunities created by multi award-winning power station rail project

A project which built specially-designed freight wagons to carry millions of tonnes of biomass a year to the UK’s biggest power station and breathed new life into a disused rail yard has won another prestigious industry award

Brazil to launch corruption probe into Vale dam disaster

Brazil’s authorities will investigate miner Vale SA over possible corruption in misleading officials about the safety of its dam that burst and killed hundreds, a spokeswoman for the Mines and Energy Ministry said on Friday.

ING and EIB provide €110m for Spliethoff’s Green Shipping investments

For the retrofitting of 42 vessels of its fleet with exhaust gas cleaning systems and ballast water management systems.

Cargo liquefaction continues to be a major risk for dry bulk shipping

INTERCARGO welcomes the latest amendment to the International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes Code (IMSBC 04-17)

Global coal demand to be stable through 2023

Global coal demand in the next five years is set to be stable, with declines in the United States and Europe offset by growth in India and other Asian countries, a report showed.

MV "Solomon Trader" oil spill becomes an environmental disaster

Around 60 tonnes of oil has spilled from the bulker Solomon Trader, that ran aground on a coral reef in the Solomon Islands, on 4 February.

Optimarin says early order surge should make 2019 ‘best year ever’

In the quarter of a century since its formation in 1994, ballast water treatment (BWT) specialist Optimarin has never experienced a year quite like 2018.

Riga port announces enhanced cooperation with Belarusian forestry industry

Representatives of the Belarusian Ministry of Forestry have visited the Port of Riga to discuss ways of enhancing the export of the country’s timber through the Baltic port.

INTERCARGO: Dry Bulk Market Optimism Moderated Through to 2019

INTERCARGO’s 2017–2018 Benchmarking Report is published after a second year of solid improvement in the dry bulk market.

Proud of our Industry

We should definitely be proud of our industry in Rotterdam. It creates new employment, is an important driver of our economy and produces items that we all use in our daily lives.

Expanding coal trade defies negative overtones

Global coal trades report.

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