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French utility EDF warned of possible strikes at its three remaining coal-fired power plants with a combined capacity of 1.8 GW this winter
AUMUND Fördertechnik GmbH appoints Dr.-Ing. Pietro de Michieli as its new Managing Director
India is hit by an intense coal crisis this festival season with average coal stock at power plants dropping to six days in October, from nine days in September.
'Microgrid' project will be model for California seaports providing clean and reliable electricity supply
The longest train in the world - Transnet's 4km-long, 375-wagon manganese train.
Vale broke the emblematic production barrier of 100 Mt of iron ore fines in a quarter, reaching a production record of 104.9 Mt in 3Q18...
European Union steel demand is expected to grow by 2.2% this year to 166.6 million mt, driven by "surprisingly robust economic development" in the region
The World Coal Leaders Network 2018 meeting was disrupted today by 17 Greenpeace activists
The UK has published guidance documents on how seafarers and shipping companies would be affected by a no-deal Brexit, drawing the ire of the country’s largest maritime union.
NACC Alicudi is reported to be the world’s first cement carrier equipped with IMO Tier III compliant diesel engines driving the bulk handling system.
Imports into Europe are one of the major features of global coal trade, resulting in a huge amount of activity at many ports within the region, but...
JJ Curran Crane Company is still using a Grove RT-58 it purchased in 1962, which has tremendous historical and emotional value to the company.
BHP was an early adopter of drones across its mine sites. Now drones are taking flight at BHP’s ocean freight operations, providing enormous safety benefits and efficiency gains.
Amidst celebrations, NYK President warns company is currently facing a situation more challenging than anything it has faced in the past.
Aftermath of Hunter Valley trains collision affecting Newcastle shipments. Vessel queue for Newcastle PWCS terminals jumps to 20 ships.
A leading manufacturer in conveyor belt cleaning technologies, Martin Engineering has introduced a new design for where space for installation is limited.
Australia’s competition regulator said on Monday the Port of Newcastle must reduce its charges for ships entering the port.....
Thomas Bell & Sons Director, Matt Dawson congratulates ABP Operations Manager, Craig Stephen on the purchase of the first new fork lift truck for the site.
Barracuda technology to improve mine efficiency and safety. Start-up of new mining system planned for 2020
?Seaborne trade expanded by a healthy 4% in 2017, the fastest growth in five years, while UNCTAD forecasts similar growth this year....
INTERCARGO held its semi-annual meetings in London: “The dry bulk sector and the critical challenges that lie ahead”