The ports of Liverpool, Heysham and Sheerness (London Medway) have the capability to limit the impact the UK’s expected departure from the EU on 31 October is expected to have on trading, according to their operator, Peel Ports.
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Tim Morris, Chief Executive of the UK Major Ports Group, said: “It is important for all parties to carefully consider the new proposed Brexit deal.”
Scorpio Bulkers Inc. plans to announce 3Q19 financial results in a press release that will be issued before the market open on Wednesday 23 October 2019.
Ash Grove Cement recently turned to conveyor experts at Martin Engineering to review the company’s conveyor belt issues and come up with a solution.
Mitsui OSK, Lines Ltd (MOL) and Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc. have announced both companies' intention to move ahead with a joint study related to installation of world's first hard sail system (Wind Challenger) on a coal carrier.
Eagle Bulk Shipping has taken delivery of the fourth of six ultramax dry bulk vessels it recently agreed to acquire.
Following significant expansion, the silo now offers ABP’s customers in King’s Lynn an additional 6000 t of grain storage.
The UK Major Ports Group (UKMPG), the voice for the UK’s largest port operators, today announced the creation of a Youth Board.
Star Bulk Carriers has announced the publication of its first annual sustainability report for the year 2018.
Classification society ClassNK is participating in the ‘Getting to Zero’ coalition, an international corporate coalition that promotes the de-carbonisation of the maritime industry.
A ship with a deadweight of 82 000 t recently left the Port of Taman loaded with Sibanthracite Group coal that is to be unloaded for buyers in European ports, while another ship has already left for Vietnam.