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The continuing recovery in China’s swine sector and poultry production growth are expected to push up soybean meal use for feed during 2020-21 marketing year...
Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) CEO Frank Olsen opens up on the challenges of COVID-19, the benefits of a global network, and a fundamental shift in the established ships agency marketplace. Change, he says, is coming.
At the start of the year, U.S.-China tensions were easing after their Phase I trade deal, while Washington, Brussels and Tokyo agreed on new global trading rules to curb subsidies. A relative calm had set in...
UK government and UN commit to protect seafarers and help stabilise global shipping market.
Despite a universal campaign from all sectors of the shipping industry to classify seafarers as key workers, and to facilitate crew transfers, many governments are still dragging their heels, says INTERCARGO
FASTWATER project launched to demonstrate the feasibility of retrofit and newbuild vessels to operate on methanol as a pathway to fossil-free shipping.
Dry bulk shipowners have had solid reasons to smile this week and rightfully so, says EastGate Shipping Inc.
While the public gaze and political discourse has been fixed on tackling the coronavirus and preparing for Brexit, one of Britain’s major ports has launched the latest phase to its expanding footprint.
China’s crude steel production shot up to a new record high in May on an uptick in demand from construction and manufacturing sectors...
China will continue to reduce its outdated production capacity of coal and steel this year, the country’s top economic planner said Thursday.
Surveying the economic landscape, the sheer scale and severity of the Global Lockdown are striking
ABS Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Christopher J. Wiernicki explains how the COVID-19 pandemic could change the shipping industry.
Global coal prices collapsed in recent months as the global lockdown took its toll on power demand around the world.
UNCTAD forecasts 20% drop in 2020
South African coal loadings rebounded in May but the outlook for exports remains challenging.