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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

The region is now developing the necessary investment solutions for the project

The deal is still subject to approval from regulatory authorities


03 August 2020

Baltic Dry Index rises 0.15 percent

The Index has reached 1,350 points

03 August 2020

Seacon buys newcastlemax

Seacon purchased the Pacific Oak from Miyazaki Sangyo Kaiun

03 August 2020

Debt-restructuring agreement signed for Perseveranza fleet

The company owned a total of eight vessels

03 August 2020

EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement now in effect

The Agreement has come into force in the beginning of August

03 August 2020

Brazilian corn and soy exports continue to compete with U.S. supplies

Shipments are likely to change in the coming months

03 August 2020

Steel prices spike due to higher demand in India

Over the past ten days, steel firms increased prices by INR 2,000/ton

31 July 2020

Egypt’s cement sales decline as supply surplus reaches over 30 million tons

Cement companies have resorted to stopping their production lines

China opens four new ports to receive large cargo vessels
The new ports will allow the country to increase the imports of mineral resources
30 Jul
Activities of Karachi Port and Port Qasim
Between July 29 and 30, Karachi Port and Port Qasim handled 127,357 and 119,873 tons of cargo, respe
31 Jul
Panama Canal increases maximum vessels draft
Maximum draft in the Canal is now 48 ft (14.63 meters)
31 Jul
U.S. soybean futures hit 1 percent monthly gains
Soybean futures keep rising as Chinese demand keeps growing
31 Jul
Egypt purchases more than 400,000 tons of wheat
The wheat will come from Russia and Ukraine
31 Jul
Baltic Dry Index rises to 1,317 points
The Index has registered a 53-point increase
30 Jul
Brazilian soybean exports break records in July
Soybean shipments from Brazil are expected to reach 8.4 million tons
30 Jul
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