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RDEL delivers 73 500 DWT carrier

Reliance Defence and Engineering Ltd has successfully delivered another 73 500 DWT new-built Ice-class Panamax Bulk Carrier.

Can the test, advises ABTO

The ABTO has said the current measures in place to test cargoes for potential liquefaction are inadequate.

Glencore to support Nyrstar at Port Pipe

The company will provide training and ramp-up support services in connection with Nyrstar's Transformation Project in Port Pirie, South Australia.


Metso invests in growth

The assembly capacity of Lokotrack crushing plants in Tampere is to be enhanced.

The Black Sea's Bulk Boom

Liza Malyshko, UkrAgroConsult, Ukraine, explains why grain handling capacities have increased in the Black Sea region.

More dry bulk news updates

Bringing TOS into view

David Trueman, TBA Doncaster, UK, provides an overview of the benefits of effective terminal operating systems (TOS) for bulk operators.


Sandvik improves safety in Sweden

Sandvik and Prime Solutions recently teamed up to help a Swedish mine find a completely new way of working, improving productivity and safety.


Konecranes provides on-site training

Konecranes has introduced its new on-site training programmes designed to update technicians on standards compliance and extend their knowledge and expertise.


Conveying green

Amy Duncan, Dos Santos International, USA, illustrates the successful implementation of advanced conveyor belt technology that overcomes challenges, reduces environmental impacts and offers cost savings in processing plants.


Mondi bags three PSSMA awards

The PSSMA has announced the winners of its Safety Awards Program for 2016, with three Mondi Industrial Bags plants in North America winning PSSMA awards.


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