The UK’s ports, although not significant producers of plastic waste themselves, recognise they have a role to play in combatting plastic waste entering rivers and seas, and are taking action.
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Diana Shipping Inc. has announced the amendment of its offer to purchase relating to its self-tender offer for shares of common stock.
The training includes hands-on experience with all aspects of a vibrating screen.
The unloading of its first shipment of GreenSpar anorthosite in the Port of Charleston was terminated before completion for reasons outside the company’s control.
The aim of the masterplan is to create a framework for the proposed on-going industrial development of the site, while creating a high quality workplace environment for the future workforce population.
Real Rail’s and Green Cargo’s transportation partnership aims to reduce climate emissions by 50 000 t of CO2 in 2020.
CSL’s self-unloaders have been operating at the Portier Cove land reclamation project since September 2018.
Wood Mackenzie has provided a commentary on its initial views on the impact on nickel supply in 2020 and beyond.
The Port of Ayr celebrates its new Bute terminal opening, which will help support Scotland’s farming community and facilitate economic growth in the region.
Moody's says in a new report that the projected drop in coal demand from US utilities by more than 50% by 2030 will weigh on US railroads significantly.