Genco Shipping & Trading Limited has taken delivery of two capesize vessels, and has entered into a new five year credit facility.
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This year’s record mid-year results for cargo movement through the Port of Vancouver show balanced, steady growth across most business sectors.
Algoma Central Corporation has reported its operating results for the three and six months ended 30 June 2018.
The Government of Canada has announced consultations with six First Nations in the Prince Rupert area in advance of a potential sale of Ridley Terminals Inc.
The results of the second quarter of 2018 reflect the improving levels of the dry bulk markets compared to the same period of 2017, says EuroDry Ltd.
AG Growth has announced its second quarter 2018 results, as well as declaring dividends for September - December 2018.
Montcalm will use the new 250 t crane exclusively for the company's own cement, steel and paper plants, to name a few.
Materials handling adjusted gross margin increased by 11%, to US$14.3 million for the second quarter of 2018.
Issues around lifting productivity, supporting innovation and the need for governments around the world to encourage open grain trade were key themes on the second day of AGIC.
Genco continued to benefit from its strengthened commercial platform in the second quarter, while further implementing its strategy to position the company to more fully capitalise on a robust dry bulk market.