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A consistent drop in shipments of thermal coal and raw fertilizers dragged cargo growth of major ports between April and October.
Coal market participants in Jiangsu, China, have received notice from Jiangsu port agents of an impending halt to imports of coking and thermal coal, sources said Wednesday.
The Government of Quebec has confirmed that it will provide US$2 492 595 in financial assistance to the Trois-Rivieres Port Authority for the development of an outdoor storage space, a multi-purpose shed and an oversized equipment warehouse.
It is perhaps surprisingly common for things to go wrong in the processes around berthing ships, particularly in terms of manoeuvring in the port area and mooring.
State stevedoring company “Sea Commercial Port “Yuzhny” handles 1 million and 343 thousand tonnes of cargo in October 2019, it is 34% more than planned and 19,8% (+221,6 thousand tonnes) more than last year.
Peel Ports Group has marked the full reopening of Runcorn Docks on the Manchester Ship Canal, following a £4million programme of works.
Following recommendations from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Port of Rotterdam Authority has again put its preparatory measures for a No-Deal Brexit on hold.
Illinois International Port District announces start of the Butler Drive Rehabilitation Project (BDRP)
The Lydia Oldendorff (207,562 tdw built 2015) has set a record as the largest vessel to load coal at Puerto Bolivar, Colombia.
Company clocks 27.29 MT throughput in H1FY20, with an overall growth of 20.07%
As part of its strategic development plan, OCP Group has chosen once again Bedeschi as EPC contractor for the enhancement of Jorf Lasfar plant and port with the aim of increasing the fertilizers sea freight shipping.
Europe’s second busiest port Antwerp and nearby Zeebrugge have begun talks on a possible merger after nearly two years of exploratory discussions and a study into how the two could work together more.