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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


20 October 2020

Egypt cement producers deal with high clinker stocks

Due to the slump in demand, production capacity of cement factories decreased by nearly 40 percent

19 October 2020

Cargo turnover decreases year-on-year in the port of Kaliningrad

The volume of bulk cargo transshipment decreased year-on-year by 26 percent

19 October 2020

Baltic Dry Index stands at 1,477 points

The index decreased by 76 points on October 15

19 October 2020

China issues a 5 million tons thermal coal import quota to the province of Jilin

The region has tight supplies to face the heating season

19 October 2020

Shandong Shipping acquires a 207,900 dwt newcastlemax

The vessel was acquired from a Japanese owner

19 October 2020

Wheat futures reach the highest point in almost six years

Dry weather in the world's leading exporting regions raised worries about supplies for 2021

19 October 2020

Total cargo tonnage handled at the Port of Richards Bay increases in September

Tonnage improved both month-on-month and year-on-year

Rio Tinto iron ore shipment declines in the third quarter
The decline is due to a planned maintenance at its assets in Western Australia
16 Oct
Ridley Terminals’ coal exports decline in September
January-September overall volumes, however, registered an annual increase
16 Oct
Scorpio Bulkers to sell an Ultramax bulk carrier
The delivery of the vessel is expected to take place in the fourth quarter of 2020
16 Oct
Iron ore futures register further losses as China's port stocks rise
Softening physical demand for steel products also weighed on sentiment
16 Oct
Pakistan's government approves the importation of 340,000 tons of wheat
The lowest bid of USD 284 per metric, offered by a Russia-based grain trader GTCS, was accepted
16 Oct
Baltic Dry Index drops to 1,561 points
The index decreased by 76 points on October 15
16 Oct
16 Oct
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