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Join AntwerpXL 2023 for countless business opportunities

AntwerpXL, the world’s only event dedicated exclusively to breakbulk, project cargo, and heavy lift, will be full of opportunities to network and do business when it opens its doors from 28 – 30 November 2023.

Fortress upgrades quality control at bulk rice mill

One of the largest rice cooperatives in North America has more than 50 Fortress Technology metal contaminant inspection units installed in its processing plants, including 13 ground-breaking incline conveyor metal detectors

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EuroDry Ltd. announces agreement to acquire three eco ultramax bulkers

EuroDry Ltd. has announced today that it has agreed to acquire three Ultramax bulkers, M/V Giants Causeway, a 63 197 DWT dry bulk vessel built in 2015, M/V Sadlers Wells, a 63 153 DWT dry bulk vessel built in 2015 and M/V Gallileo, a 63 177 DWT dry bulk vessel built in 2014, for a total price of about US$65 million.


Marine biofuel supplied to the capesize bulker at Hong Kong

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. is pleased to announce that marine biofuel was supplied by Peninsula, the leading global independent marine energy supplier, to the capesize bulker CAPE AMAL with charterer BHP, a globally renowned resources company and a long-term partner with shared goals to abate shipping carbon emissions.


Star Bulk announces changes to its Board of Directors

Star Bulk Carriers Corp., a global shipping company focusing on the transportation of dry bulk cargoes, announced today the appointment of Mr. Ryan Lee to its Board of Directors as Class B Director and to the Nomination and Corporate Governance Committee.


Port of Hamburg handles 58.2 million tons

Both the tense economic situation in Europe, especially in Germany, and background geopolitical factors continue to have repercussions on throughput in the Port of Hamburg.