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K-Line bulks up

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As part of its KV-Plan, a three year management plan started last April and designed to strengthen its bulk carrier business, Kawasaki Kisen...

Metso in Oz contract

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Metso Minerals has won a contract to rebuild all 13 screens at Hamersley Iron's Parker Point facility in North West Australia using its Trel...

No Hope for rail

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The Western Australia Supreme Court has denied the backers of the Hope Downs iron ore project access to existing BHP Billiton rail facilitie...

Mega moves in Subic Bay

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Filipino-owned Mega Equipment International Corp has finally started the foundation work for its 7 hectare Subic grain terminal as grain thr...

Iran ore exports

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Iran plans to export more than 1 mt of iron ore to Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and some East Asian countries this year....

A gem of an idea

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Quicker discharge, reduced port charges and annualised operational vessel savings of circa US$500,000 are among the touted benefits of the "...

Braby takes stock

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UK based silo manufacturer Braby has launched Vessel Link, an online monitoring system that enables users to access stock information from a...

Tilbury turning the tide

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Two years ago, the 1050 MW coal fired Tilbury Power station on the River Thames in Essex was in the throes of a '"managed decline" programme...

Foss Maritime record

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Seattle's Foss Maritime has completed its 13th season of bulk ore lightering operations in Alaska's Chukchi Sea during which more than 1.3 m...

Kamengo steals the show

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The inaugural winner of the Lloyd's List-SMM 2002 Award for on-board cargo handling was the moving hole discharge gate system from Canada's ...

BC grain fight…

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The Canadian Transport Agency (CTA) has inadvertently stepped into an industrial dispute affecting Canadian wheat exports by denying Ferroeq...

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