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More than 600,000 tons were handled in September

The Port’s transshipment volumes have been increasing

In July, iron ore imports reached 112.65 million tons

The contract is expected to lead to a USD \$900 thousand profit for Castor

The company behind the project signed an agreement with the regional agreement


25 November 2020

Vietnam's cement exports reach over 31 million tons up to October

Cement exports were up 19.1 percent in volume and 6.6 percent in value in the period

25 November 2020

Baltic Dry Index increases to 1,178 points

The index rose by 9 points on November 24

25 November 2020

Paris wheat grows to its highest in almost two weeks

Chicago wheat also found its own impetus on Tuesday

25 November 2020

Chinese coal buyers to assess impact of Mongolia lockdown on trade

Compared with the peak period over September-October, the delivery volume of Mongolian coal slid rec

25 November 2020

Global mining output declines by 0.8 percent in the first eight months of the year

The Covid-19 restrictions resulted in temporary mine shutdowns and reduced production levels

25 November 2020

Australia's exports of iron ore set record-high in October

Preliminary trade figures for the month showed iron ore exports accounted for over a third of all ex

25 November 2020

United States' farmers expand wheat seedings as prices rally

Strong demand and dry weather in several producing countries pushes prices up for the grain

Cement imports increase in South Africa in September
Cement imports in September reached the highest level since November 2014
24 Nov
Zambezi Gas to double coal output and open new underground mine
The indigenous-owned company holds over 200 million tons of coal reserves
23 Nov
Queensland’s coal prices plunge to four-year low
Coal royalties are expected to contract amid drops in prices and export volumes
23 Nov
Jindal Steel to become self-reliant in coal after acquiring Chhattisgarh mine
The company now plans to stop its coal imports and purchases from Coal India
24 Nov
First shipment of Australia's wheat to leave Port of Newcastle to Vietnam
The bulk carrier Ince Point will depart carrying 35,000 tons of wheat
24 Nov
China's reported ban on Australian coal benefits Japan and India
Japan and India have been the primary recipients of diverted cargoes, helping cut the price of steel
23 Nov
Rice exports from India surge in the first half of FY2021
Prices per ton, however, have declined this year
24 Nov
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