October 2018 Issue
European Coal Trades
Stockyard Equipment
Biomass Handling
Hamburg–Le Havre Range
Coal Handling Equipment & Technologies
Biomass

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Tag: Shipping

Port of Rotterdam receives record shipment of pig iron

Yesterday a bulk carrier arrived at the port of Rotterdam with a record shipment of pig iron totalling 50,000 tonnes.

Scrubber-fitted dry bulk vessels will command 2020 premiums

A two-tier market will reward early adopters with higher timecharter rates and asset values as cost of low sulphur fuel increases dramatically, says MSI

Indian Coal Crisis Intensifies

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.

Vale breaks record iron ore production

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...

UK publishes no-deal Brexit plans for shipping industry

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.

Cement Carrier Sports Innovative, 'Green' Cargo System

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.

Report: Fading optimism for Europe’s coal trade

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...

How drones are helping transform the dry bulk industry

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.

NYK Celebrates 133rd Anniversary

Amidst celebrations, NYK President warns company is currently facing a situation more challenging than anything it has faced in the past.

Shipment delays for Newcastle coal cargoes

Aftermath of Hunter Valley trains collision affecting Newcastle shipments. Vessel queue for Newcastle PWCS terminals jumps to 20 ships.

Glencore wins cut to coal carrying costs out of Newcastle

Australia’s competition regulator said on Monday the Port of Newcastle must reduce its charges for ships entering the port.....

Trade war threatens outlook for global shipping, warns UN Report

?Seaborne trade expanded by a healthy 4% in 2017, the fastest growth in five years, while UNCTAD forecasts similar growth this year....

INTERCARGO: Challenges for the dry bulk sector

INTERCARGO held its semi-annual meetings in London: “The dry bulk sector and the critical challenges that lie ahead”

Hong Kong dry bulk shipowner merger

Asia Maritime Pacific and Fenwick Shipping Services are pleased to announce that the two companies have merged their operations.

New cement terminal starts operation in southwest India

India’s Cochin Port Trust launched the port’s fourth cement terminal at Ernakulam Wharf, Kerala.

NORDEN - The Robots are Coming....

.....to clean the cargo holds.

Star Majesty dry bulker added to Grieg Star fleet

Grieg Star acquired a new semi open hatch vessel on the 25th of September. Her name is Star Majesty.

Singapore readies for sustainable shipping ahead of IMO 2020 rule

Singapore is getting ready for the upcoming environmental regulations in shipping with a slew of initiatives to promote cleaner marine fuels

The Port of Antwerp addresses the breakbulk community and gives special mention to Antwerp XL

The Port of Antwerp recently gave a sneak preview of what the breakbulk industry can expect over the coming year, by hosting an underwater-themed boat tour on Antwerp’s breakbulk dock.

China to cut steel tariffs

China to cut tariffs on steel imports to 8.4% November 1 from 11.5%

Fairplay to cease flagship title after 135 years

Fairplay magazine and Fairplay.ihs.com will cease publication in the last quarter of 2018

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