ICHCA and ABTO have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for collaborative working between the organisations.
Starlinger’s ‘circular packaging’ has been shortlisted for the product technology innovation of the year at the Plastics Recycling Awards Europe 2020.
Scotland’s largest agricultural products hub (agri-hub) is now fully operational at the Port of Rosyth, with the arrival of the Baltic Mantis bulk cargo ship and her load of over 30 000 t of animal feed from Argentina.
The Australian grain industry needs to get on the front foot to mitigate climate variability and reduce the greenhouse gas intensity of production.
Sea freight transport, the lifeblood of trade and a bellwether of the global economy, has been blown off course by the COVID-19 outbreak, sparking general alarm.
Logistics service provider Van den Bosch has bought 200 new 40 ft pressurised containers for the transportation of dry bulk products for the food industry.
Autonomous solutions provider RCT has finalised an automation project with port, logistics and infrastructure specialist Qube Bulk at the Whyalla Port in South Australia.
Owners have long recognised the link between clean hulls and lower fuel costs, lack of reliable data has slowed investments in optimising hull performance.
Erection works for the conveyor are underway at Bedeschi’s Lafarge Holcim Maroc project site, Morocco.
Abbey Logistics Group has been awarded a distribution contract for bulk polymer distribution from INEOS Olefins and Polymers UK’s Grangemouth site in Scotland.
Following the Health Secretary’s recent statement that the Coronavirus represents a “serious and imminent threat” to public health, the British Ports Association is calling for more funding and support to be given to UK local authority officials to prepare its borders.
The Zircon Industry Association (ZIA) has published additional guidance on the transport of zircon as a NORM.