Globus Maritime Ltd announces the results of its recent AGM, which was held earlier this week on Tuesday in Glyfada (Greece).
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Nomura Research Institute and Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd. have confirmed the quality of environmental measures at SUEK’s dry bulk terminals in the Far East.
Noble Group Limited’s sale process for the four panacore vessels has been completed, with an aggregate consideration of approximately US$95 million and net proceeds of approximately US$32 million.
The Port of Kiel has begun the partial demolition of a former grain storage facility and announces its plans to restructure the access area to the Ostuferhafen.
The order includes a newly developed ECO-Logic continuous flow dryer, which is the latest generation of grain dryers with factors such as automatic operation control and process control as an essential part of the drying process.
August was a record month in the company’s shipping activities in terms of volume of agricultural products loaded for export by fleet, as well as transporting a record volume of cargoes since the company was established.
Coal export terminals in the US Eastern Coast have been experiencing temporarily idleness since Hurricane Florence.
Diana Shipping Inc. has entered a time charter contract with Ausca Shipping Limited for one of its panamax dry bulk vessels.
Aurizon has commented on the announcement made by Adani Mining and discusses the regulatory process for rail infrastructure in Queensland.
Wilhelmsen Ships Service and Klüber Lubrication enter an agreement with Wilhelmsen becoming a global partner for marine lubricants from Klüber Lubrication.
An estimated 120 million tpy is being shipped from Indonesia for the export market, and an increasing proportion of this is being sold on an index-linked basis as market participants seek to manage Indonesian coal price risk.