Kalmar has delivered four medium and heavy forklifts to support Yizheng Port Co., Ltd. in meeting safety and environmental requirements.
Dry bulk news updates
BIMCO has described the results of the IMO’s 4th GHG study as “very encouraging”, as data confirms the shipping industry can reach the IMO emissions target for 2050.
UK-based Midland Pallet Trucks is encouraging businesses to factor their workhouse pallet trucks and other material handling equipment into COVID-19 hygiene measures.
Drewry has published its latest Global Container Terminal Operators Annual Review and Forecast report.
A general cargo vessel, built under the classification of the Indian Register of Shipping, has been successfully launched from the Delta Shipyard in Chattogram, Bangladesh.
TOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd has announced the release of the ‘Fleet Tour’ virtual ship visit application.
Just over a year after the ports of Hamilton and Oshawa amalgamated, the Port of Oshawa is attracting investment, and building new awareness of its role as a gateway to the Greater Toronto Area.
Now that the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement is in effect, trade between the Port of Hamburg and Vietnam is set to continue to benefit from this agreement.
Two new ship-to-shore cranes have arrived at the Port of Immingham, the latest major milestone in the Humber Container Terminal expansion.
Pacific Basin Shipping Ltd, one of the world’s leading dry bulk shipping companies, has recently announced unaudited condensed consolidated results of the company and its subsidiaries for the 6 months ended 30 June 2020.
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The Port of Antwerp’s COVID-19 taskforce has recently reconvened.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd has released its first public statement on climate change.
CN has recently filed and published its 2020 - 2021 Grain Plan.
A consortium headed by Deutsche Bahn is now trialling the use of digital automatic coupling on freight cars.
CN has recently announced that, as part of its strategic investments to support growing demand and enable supply chains, it plans to invest approximately US$30 million across Tennessee in 2020.
The Panama Canal Authority has announced an increase in the maximum authorised draft for neopanamax vessels transiting the Panama Canal.
The Port of Rotterdam Authority is the first port to join the Hydrogen Council, a global coalition of companies that seek to stimulate the use of hydrogen for energy transition.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has recently signed a memorandum of understanding to develop and adopt common data standards and Application Programming Interface specifications, which will facilitate data exchange for port and maritime services transactions.
INTERCARGO has reiterated the importance of crew changes for the shipping industry.
CN has recently announced that, as part of its strategic investments to support growing demand and enable supply chains, it plans to invest approximately US$165 million across Illinois in 2020.
Symaga silos has completed the installation of a new drilling centre, boosting its steel profile automatic processes range.
CN has recently announced that, as part of its strategic investments to support growing demand and enable supply chains, it plans to invest approximately US$50 million across Mississippi in 2020.
Associated British Ports has announced it has successfully embedded drone technology into its asset management practices and policies, following an 18 month programme.
The British Ports Association has recently launched a major new review of UK port connectivity.