Pilbara Ports Authority has released its shipping figures for November 2020.
The Baltic Exchange has launched a new service for shipping investors which provides a snapshot five-year view of the financial prospects of dry bulk carriers.
Associated British Ports (ABP) has won the prestigious ‘Environment’ category at the 2020 Heavy Lift Awards, recognising its investments in sustainability within the day-to-day running of operations and long-term strategy.
Czarnikow and Swire Bulk have launched a new freight pricing platform in response to global trade taking large strides towards embracing digitisation in 2020 due to COVID-19.
Canadian Pacific has completed its best-ever November and second-best-ever month for shipping Canadian grain and grain products.
BHP has awarded its first LNG supply agreement for five LNG-fuelled Newcastlemax iron-ore bulk carriers to Shell.
Wärtsilä is using its experience in marine hybrid propulsion solutions to reduce the emissions footprint of three new-build eco-friendly bulk carriers being built for Misje Eco Bulk.
LR has signed a JDP agreement with Anemoi Marine Technologies and SDARI to develop a series of energy efficient vessel designs equipped with rotor sails, including bulk carriers.
To provide ship’s masters and crew with an understanding of different ventilation requirements for bulk cargoes, INTERCARGO, The Standard Club, and DNV GL have launched a new ventilation guide.
Antonio Albiero, Singular Point, Switzerland, explains a solution that can help companies ride the rising tide of digitalisation.
The first shipment of the bumper New South Wales winter wheat harvest has left the Port of Newcastle on the back of record production across the state.
Ian Jefferies, President and CEO of the AAR, recently issued a statement on the Senate confirmation of Robert Primus and Michelle Schultz as Members of the STB.