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SFL Corporation Ltd. recently announced that it has agreed to sell its seven handysize dry bulk vessels
The Capesize market staged a dramatic turnabout at weeks end after seeing several days of value eroded off each route in the market.
Pilbara Ports Authority has delivered a total monthly throughput of 59.9 million tonnes (Mt) for August 2021.
The expansion of roads and tracks in the area of the Przemyslowe Quay at the Port of Gdansk is about to start.
Belgium-based company VIGAN is a major manufacturer of unloading equipment, and it offers both pneumatic and mechanical unloaders.
The Capesize market crested over the past week as the 5TC retracted $4452 since last Friday to close out at $46,647.
PD Ports, owner and operator of Teesport, has recently celebrated the first anniversary since the unveiling of its state-of-the-art Teesport Bulks Terminal.
In the global shipping market the first half of 2021 has seen a remarkable revival although one of the main sectors remained subdued.
Although the broad outlook for commodity imports into a wide range of countries looks favourable, some differences among elements are prominent.
A new and significant step has been taken in the Terminal 21 construction project with the confirmation of substantial funding of $22.5 million
Both the overall index and 5 time charter (5TC) average climbed back to positive territory at the end of the week after a mid-week decline.
For the second quarter 2021, NORDEN reports an adjusted result of USD 32 million - the best quarterly result in six years, and is on track to deliver its best annual result in 11 years.
Capesize: Both the BCI and time charter average climbed to the highest point of the year this week.
Port of London based freight transport provider has committed to fund charity’s apprenticeship programme for five years.