On Monday, the Maritime Standard Awards were held at The Palm in Dubai.
The latest dry bulk news
The International Maritime Organization has released a new set of toolkits to tackle maritime emissions.
Port Manatee celebrates a record fiscal year, with a key highlight being an increase in the handling of dry bulk tonnage.
At the 6th global AM summit the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) signed two Memorandum of Understanding documents for 3D printing.
The Panama office will provide a suite of services including traditional ship agency, specialised husbandry, ship spares delivery, crew matters and repairs.
Arrows Up, a solutions provider for the bulk storage and transportation industry, has announced it will secure a stay against a ruling on October 3 by the Texas State Court that it must pay SandBox, a subsidiary of US Silica, damages for fraud.
The Port of Tyne has welcomed hundreds of delegates as it hosts the British Port Association’s annual conference.
Top BBC journalist Tim Willcox has been named Master of Ceremonies at The Maritime Standard Awards 2018, held in Dubai.
The vessel became a unique and state-of-the-art 120 m self-discharging cement carrier, with a handling system based on compressors and vacuum pumps for pneumatic conveyance of cement, fly ash and granulated slag.
CBH Group is nearing construction completion of more than 650 000 t of permanent storage as part of the Network Strategy, and more than 900 000 t of emergency storage for the 2018-19 harvest.