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BIMCO: caution required in 2018

According to BIMCO, 2017 was a year of change for shipping, but a cautious approach is still needed for 2018 to uphold the progress already achieved. 


Strategic alliances: all in the same boat

Martin Krafft, Vice-President, Shipowning and Technical Services, of Fednav, talked to Dry Bulk about how the company is creating synergies to address today's shipping challenges.


 

Minimising the impact of imports

Karl Woodhouse, SAMSON Materials Handling, UK, considers the structural and environmental considerations of importing cement clinker at a bulk terminal in Abidjan.


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Screener selection

Jack Steinbuch, Cleveland Vibrator Company, USA, explains how choosing the right vibratory screener enables precise material separation and sizing control in dry bulk applications. 

The Black Sea's Bulk Boom

Liza Malyshko, UkrAgroConsult, Ukraine, explains why grain handling capacities have increased in the Black Sea region.

Bringing TOS into view

David Trueman, TBA Doncaster, UK, provides an overview of the benefits of effective terminal operating systems (TOS) for bulk operators.

Conveying green

Amy Duncan, Dos Santos International, USA, illustrates the successful implementation of advanced conveyor belt technology that overcomes challenges, reduces environmental impacts and offers cost savings in processing plants.