June 2021 Issue
Global Coal Trades
Coal Handling Equipment
The Netherlands
Marine Paints & Coatings
Dust-Free Handling Systems
Loading Technologies

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Dry Bulk News

Dry Bulk: Week 29

Weekly Market Roundup from The Baltic Exchange

Safe Bulkers to increase newbuild fleet

Safe Bulkers, Inc. Entered into an Agreement for the Acquisition of Three Kamsarmax Class Dry-bulk Japanese Vessels

ABP Annual Review 2021

ABP celebrates its strong performance throughout a truly extraordinary year

Charter signed for LNG-fuelled Capesize bulk carrier

“K” LINE) has signed a long-term consecutive voyage charter with JFE Steel Corporation regarding the upcoming new-build Capesize bulk carrier...

Volga Shipping announces bulker new-builds

Volga Shipping Company will be building the new RSD71 design sea-going dry bulk ships.

MOL signs long-term deal using new-build LNG-fuelled bulker

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. today announced the signing of a long-term contract with JFE Steel Corporation for long-term transport using an LNG-fueled bulk carrier.

Wärtsilä launches major test programme towards carbon-free solutions

Wärtsilä continues to lead the ongoing transformation of the energy and marine sectors towards carbon-free solutions through its future fuel development work.

Dry Bulk: Week 28

Weekly Market Roundup from The Baltic Exchange

Sharp decline in grain exports from Rouen

Rouen cereal operators exported 6.45 Mt during the 2020-21 season as the result of a poor 2020 harvest.

Port Bellingham Secures Cargo Crane to Help Create Jobs

The Port’s modernization of the Bellingham Shipping Terminal marks a major milestone with the arrival of a 120 metric ton capacity Harbor Crane.

Record-breaking year for Pilbara Ports Authority

The Pilbara Ports Authority has achieved another record-breaking year, with a total annual throughput of 724.7 million tonnes.

RAK Ports finalises marine fuel services deal

RAK Ports has signed a strategic partnership with Danish established Monjasa, a global top ten bunker fuel provider...

One million seafarers helped by charity's ground-breaking welfare app

One million seafarers, on board more than half the world’s shipping fleet, have now benefitted from the ShipVisitor welfare app...

Seanergy modernises fleet

Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. reported that it has entered into a purchase agreement to acquire a 2009-built Capesize vessel.

Alfa Laval invests in air lubrication for sustainable shipping

Air lubrication for marine vessels is a developing solution that will radically reduce fuel consumption and environmental impact.

Neptune Terminals coal capacity upgrade

Construction is anticipated to be completed by summer 2021.

ABP welcomes new £1 million state-of-the-art pilot launch vessel to the Humber

Associated British Ports (ABP) has welcomed the first of five new pilot launch vessels to the UK’s busiest trading estuary, the Humber.

Dry Bulk: Week 27

Weekly Market Roundup from The Baltic Exchange

SAGO issues tender to import wheat

Saudi Grains Organization (SAGO) announced that it has issued the fourth tender for this year to import 360 000 t of wheat...

BHP announces divestment of Cerrejón interest

BHP recently announced that it has signed a Sale and Purchase Agreement with Glencore to divest its 33.3 per cent interest in Cerrejón

A new lick of paint

Paints and Coatings Special Report

Coal exporters poised to benefit from reviving demand

Various signs emerging in the past few months seemed to confirm earlier expectations of a revival in global coal import demand during 2021.

Positives driving iron ore trade

Further confirmation of reviving commodity import demand around the world has been unfolding recently.

Dry Bulk: Week 26

Weekly Market Roundup from The Baltic Exchange

IOMSR appointed by first Chinese ship owner

The Isle of Man Ship Registry (IOMSR) has been appointed by its first Chinese shipowner to flag the 82,000 DWT bulk carrier Transcenden Wisdom.

Berge Bulk continues to cut emissions with Yara Marine Technologies

The major dry bulk owner Berge Bulk and Yara Marine Technologies continue their shared commitment to reduce maritime emissions...

IMC Dry Bulk Appoints New Commercial Director

Keith Denholm has been appointed Commercial Director at IMC Dry Bulk, part of IMC Industrial Group (IMCIG).

DNV adds new class for cloud-based simulation

DNV has revised its ST-0033 Maritime Simulator Systems standard with the introduction of a new class D for all function areas covering cloud-based simulation.

Rotterdam to build brand new port information centre

The Port of Rotterdam Authority will be constructing a new port experience centre (PEC) at Maasvlakte 2.

SAGO receives vessel of wheat from Australia

Saudi Grains Organization (SAGO) announces that it has received in its plant at King Abdulaziz Port in Dammam the first vessel of wheat for this year (2021)

Dry Bulk: Week 25

The Baltic Exchange Weekly Market Roundup

Port of Pori stands out

Least-hostile winter conditions make Port of Pori stand out.

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