Iron Ore news
Vale signs BIMCO’s ‘25 by 25 Pledge’ to advance iron ore trade digitalisation
Vale has become an early signatory of the ‘25 by 25 Pledge’, launched by BIMCO as part of its ongoing effort to accelerate trade digitalisation and streamline bulk sector supply chains.
LOGISTEC team handles 50 million t of iron ore at Port of Sept-Îles
The Port of Sept-Îles and LOGISTEC Arrimage Inc. have handled 50 million t of iron ore since the port’s multi-user dock opened in March 2018.
‘K’ LINE conducts trial use of marine biofuel on capesize bulker
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd has conducted the trial use of a marine biofuel, supplied by bp, to the capesize bulker ‘CAPE TSUBAKI’, with the co-operation of the charterer, JFE Steel Corporation.
Anglo American loads first LNG dual-fuelled vessel with iron ore
Anglo American’s newly launched LNG dual-fuelled Capesize+ vessel has loaded its first cargo of iron ore from its Kumba operations in South Africa.
AAL transports iron ore reclaimer components for NMT
AAL recently provided the perfect solution for NMT and its client, Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, transporting a large quantity of iron ore reclaimer components.
Pilbara Ports Authority releases July 2022 shipping figures
Pilbara Ports Authority has announced its shipping figures for July 2022.
‘K’ LINE Group signs consecutive voyage contracts with JSW Steel Ltd
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd and ‘K’ Line (India) Shipping Private Ltd have successfully signed multiple mid-long term consecutive voyage contracts with JSW Steel Ltd for capesize and supramax sized tonnage.
Bedeschi supplies stacker to Peruvian mining company
Bedeschi has provided an update of the stacker manufactured for a Peruvian iron ore mining company.
DBX initiates seed funding
DBX, a new dry bulk commodity analytics firm based in London has initiated a round of seed funding.
BHP awards contract for wind fences in Port Hedland
Australia’s first wind fences, designed to reduce dust emissions as part of BHP’s AUS$300 million air quality commitment, will be built in Port Hedland by CIMIC Group’s CPB Contractors.