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Change in piracy threats in Indian Ocean prompts re-think of High Risk Area
Large increase in throughput of oil products, iron ore, coal and biomass in Q3
Cases of seafarers struggling with their mental health will continue to rise unless...
Chairman of INTERCARGO believes that now is the time to re-evaluate the image of the bulk carrier sector...
Goods throughput in the port of Rotterdam rose to 118.5 million tonnes in the third quarter, 14.6% more than in the same period last year.
Wärtsilä next generation navigation simulator to power the Centre of Excellence in Maritime Safety in Singapore
Bahri has revealed it has been ranked seventh in the region in Forbes Middle East’s list of ‘10 Biggest Logistics Companies in MENA'
Capesize ended the week on a negative note with continuous downward momentum in both basins.
This is the largest one-time investment in Port Milwaukee history since the 1950s
The Port of Gdynia ended nine months of 2021 with + 12.7% in total.
Windship Technology announced its patented triple-wing rig has received a coveted ‘Approval in Principle’ (AiP) status from shipping classification society DNV.
Recent signs tend to reinforce ideas of a broadly positive outlook for commodity imports around the world, yet the pattern is not uniformly upbeat.
NORDEN’s Asset Management division is capitalising on rising asset values in the dry cargo market through vessel sales.
Around half of US cement imports are handled by Siwertell ship-unloaders, and with the country preparing for a massive program of infrastructure spending to promote growth and recovery,
Pilbara Ports Authority has delivered a total monthly throughput of 63.1 million t for September 2021.
U-Ming, SWS and Jotun have signed commercial agreement for the groundbreaking Jotun Hull Skating Solutions (HSS) for U-Ming’s 190,000 dwt dual fuel bulk carrier newbuilding project.
First Dry Bulk Terminals Group (DBTG) conference in region is a resounding success.
The Capesize market continued its bull rally this week as we move into the tail-end quarter of the year.
HPC to survey information systems for inland waterway ports and terminals in Europe.
The International Iron Metallics Association (IIMA) is pleased to welcome Host as the latest member to join its community.
Since non-cohesive bulk cargoes pose a risk of shifting, they can have a negative impact on vessel stability.
The Port of Riga successfully competes in the grain handling sector of the Baltic region.
The Signal Ocean Platform has a new Dry Bulk module.
New permanently installed harbour crane is the third FCC 300 for their long-term Uruguayan customer Corporación Navios.
The new, covered warehouse for agricultural products is the pride of European Bulk Services (EBS).
The Capesize market was in a steep climb for most of this week as it reached a pinnacle of $74,786 Wednesday before stalling, regathering, and then pushing on to $75,190 at weeks end.
New study reveals vessels using Jotun HPS reported 20% lower carbon intensity in operations
The "CAPE BROLGA" which had been under construction at Tsu shipyard of Japan Marine United Co., Ltd., has been delivered to Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” LINE).
AtoB@C Shipping orders six highly efficient 5,350 dwt hybrid vessels to meet the growing demand.
Nor-Shipping to bring the industry together as Coronavirus restrictions end in Norway
Through a complex operation to offload bulk salt, NORDEN is optimising the supply chain for their customer Empremar.
Operations have successfully commenced on the MV Almar this week, the largest steel vessel to have ever called at the Port of Dover.
The Capesize market continued its assertive rally this past week reaching new highs in dramatic fashion.
Record mid-year cargo volumes through the Port of Vancouver in 2021.
PD Ports, the Statutory Harbour Authority for the River Tees, has successfully rolled out a Port Community System (PCS) to improve efficiencies...