The 64 000 DWT newbuild vessel is the first geared dry bulk carrier to be equipped with Flettner rotors.
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The Port of Tyne has appointed Matt Beeton as its new CEO, to become effective in the new year.
A new Managing Director of Eriez-Australia has been appointed.
On 1 December, the deepwater terminal of Port Bronka at the big port of St Petersburg opened its full bonded area.
The two new indices will provide investors with reliable and publicly available investment performance benchmarks for iron ore, or as part of a selection of industrial metals including aluminium, copper, lead, nickel and zinc.
The acquisition is expected to close in January 2019, subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions.
Bedeschi SpA and Cementeria Costantinopoli have signed a contract for the supply of a storage system for clinker.
HM Treasury and HMRC have issued grants for training and IT improvements ahead of UK leaving the EU.
The carrousel gives breakbulk and heavy cargo companies space for further growth in Rotterdam’s Waalhaven.
The Queensland Resources Council has welcomed Queensland Competition Authority’s UT5 decision for the Central Queensland Coal Network.
The Cat 990K Aggregate Handler has boosted the company’s wheel loader production in rehandling applications.