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16

Jan 2019
Port of Duluth closing activities for the winter

The last vessel for winter layup has arrived at the port  ...

09

Jan 2019
Icebreaking entries on Gulf of Finland decrease

Data for January 8-9

08

Jan 2019
Icebreaking entries on Gulf of Finland

Data for January 7-8

02

Jan 2019
Port of Vancouver struggles with vessel loadings

The port could face bottlenecks during wetter winter months  ...

02

Jan 2019
Port of Magadan receives new icebreaker

The vessel will be performing icebreaking services in the 2018-2019 winter navigation period  ...

27

Dec 2018
New icebreaker vessel arrives at port of Rostov-on-Don

The vessel will provide escort services to three ports in the Azov Sea

19

Dec 2018
Khabarovsk region opens winter shipping season

Weather conditions delayed the opening of ice crossings

17

Dec 2018
Ports in Gulf of Finland have ice breakers ready

Several vessels have been deployed since the beginning of the winter shipping season  ...

17

Dec 2018
Port of Onega enters winter shipping season

The port will be paying icebreaking services to vessels

06

Dec 2018
Russia’s grain trade in Azov Sea to decrease in winter

Ice conditions will worsen over the next few weeks

30

Oct 2018
Europe’s weather conditions affecting winter crop prospects

Rapeseed harvest to decline sharply this season

30

Oct 2018
Traders raise doubts over Chinese thermal coal demand

In the past years, policies on mining have created shortages of thermal coal

16

Oct 2018
China’s iron ore imports rise in September

Imports declined from the record in September 2017

16

Oct 2018
Port of Madagan’s shipowners and captains obliged to prepare for navigation in winter period

Vessels not operating during the period will still need to be prepared

23

Aug 2018
Wheat harvest in the US nears finishing line

Some areas’ wheat has lower protein levels

03

Jul 2018
Russia’s grain harvest threatened due to bad weather

Harvest forecast have been cut due to the extreme weather

20

Jun 2018
Zimbabwe importing wheat from Canada and Germany

The country’s crops are insufficient to meet domestic demand

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