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The Port of Rosyth welcomed their new SAMSON ecological hopper into the port for commissioning.
Grain is a vital commodity in the bulk handling market, and the equipment that is used to handle it will work better, cleaner and faster, saving time and money, with the use of vibration.
In September, Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, marks the 50th anniversary of its grain terminal, the UK’s largest terminal for the import and export of grain.
The Port of Ayr has celebrated the opening of its new, state-of-the-art Bute Terminal which will help support customers in Scotland’s agricultural sector and enhance the wider economic prosperity of the region.
How can we feed a global population of nearly 10 billion people and help fulfill their mobility needs in 2050 whilst respecting the limits of the planet? Industry must become part of the solution.
During August 2019, Grindrod announced as part of its strategic review process, its intention to dispose of certain non-core businesses which included its agricultural investments in NWK and Senwes.
Transhipment in the North Sea Canal Area of the seaports of Amsterdam, IJmuiden, Beverwijk and Zaanstad rose in the first half of 2019 to 54.1 million t, an increase of 7%.
Cleveland Cascades Ltd. of the UK has refined and improved its Cascade chute system over a period of almost three decades now.
With around 9 million tonnes of grain milled per year, Germany is one of Europe’s leading producers of grains and oilseeds.
Swiss Bühler Group and Premier Tech from Canada, today announced the formation of a strategic cooperation for industrial flexible packaging solutions.