COSCO Shipping Lines and Bolloré Transport & Logistics have signed a strategic Memorandum of Understanding to develop new synergies.
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Wilhelmsen Ships Service and Hitachi enter into a supply agreement, which will see Wilhelmsen supply Hitachi High-Tech analysers to the maritime market, enabling vessel crews to accurately and efficiently test the sulfur content of their fuels.
The tunnel will be capable of transporting up to 20 million tpy of polyhalite, a naturally occurring multi-nutrient fertilizer.
Tony Parker, previously Director of Engineering at Shoreham Port, has been appointed to the new role of Director of Infrastructure & Climate Change, the first of its kind for a UK port.
The development is part of the Port’s longer-term plan for the refurbishment of the wider Lady Bee Marina area.
One of the key changes is the formalising of the 15-knot speed reduction in the First Narrows, which was previously voluntary.
The company will be showcasing the toolkit at the AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo, 12 – 14 February at Booth 39056 at the Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, Indiana, US.
Gregg A. Ruhl, the current Chief Operating Officer, has been named President and Chief Executive Officer and will assume that role immediately.
“The private freight rail industry commends the Trump administration for its call to invest in US infrastructure.”
The STORMAJOR® comes in three types, each designed for receiving, loading and stockpiling specific dry bulk materials.