Reviewing the industry’s road to recovery, BIMCO has indicated that 2018 could be a year that shipowners should take advantage of.
A UK-based producer of quicklime and chalk products has implanted a dust suppression system from Martin Engineering to resolve its fugitive material problem on its limestone conveyors.
According to MSI, a New Year bulge in deliveries could take the shine off recent improvements as the market digests the impact of China’s strategy to cut pollution.
Drewry expects dry bulk shipping charter rates to recover from 2Q18 on the back of strengthening Asian iron ore demand.
Karl Woodhouse, SAMSON Materials Handling, UK, considers the structural and environmental considerations of importing cement clinker at a bulk terminal in Abidjan.
Jack Steinbuch, Cleveland Vibrator Company, USA, explains how choosing the right vibratory screener enables precise material separation and sizing control in dry bulk applications.
According to BIMCO newbuild contracts have been signed for the dry bulk and tanker shipping industries at an increasing pace so far in 2017.
Liza Malyshko, UkrAgroConsult, Ukraine, explains why grain handling capacities have increased in the Black Sea region.
David Trueman, TBA Doncaster, UK, provides an overview of the benefits of effective terminal operating systems (TOS) for bulk operators.
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.
According to Drewry’s latest Dry Bulk Forecaster, the dry bulk shipping market will grow steadily but renewable energy is a downside risk.
According to the latest forecast from BIMCO, China’s import of iron ore will be the key to driving dry bulk shipping demand in 2017.