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Pellets from north Finland?

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The high level of mineral exploration activity taking place north of the Gulf of Bothnia could eventually yield up to 15 mtpa of pellet expo...

Colombia coal rules changed

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New legislation, which is due to come into effect in 2010, will allow only a single port in the Santa Marta-Ciénaga region of Colombia to h...

B&B into Sagunto

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Sagunto Bulk Terminal (SBT), a new company set up to assume construction and management responsibilities for the new dry bulk terminal at th...

RBCT exports dip

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Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) has announced the surprising news that its coal exports were lower in 2007 than in 2006. Exports fell from...

New KE cranes delivered

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Germany-based crane maker KE Kranbau Eberswalde has reported the recent completion of two new contracts for bulk handling cranes - a double ...

CHEC wins Saudi deal

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Saudi Ports Authority (SPA) has awarded a contract worth SR2.2B (US$586.7M) to China Harbour Contracting and Engineering Co (CHEC) for new p...

Petersburg digs deep

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The Saint Petersburg branch of the Russian federal seaport administration, Rosmorport, is planning to deepen the main sea harbour canal that...

Ilyichevsk gets EBRD funding

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The Ukrainian Cabinet and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) have signed a credit and guarantee agreement, under wh...

Eight bid for Paradip deal

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Ras Al Khaimah’s Saqr Port Authority (SPA) is bidding to develop and operate coal and iron ore berths at India’s stateowned Paradip Port...

More Bilbao bulk

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A new terminal for handling sodium sulphate, built by Consignaciones Toro y Betolaza on the new AZ1 dock in the port of Bilbao, recently cam...

Iron ore deficit forecast

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A worldwide iron ore supply deficit of between 20-25 mt has been forecast for 2008 by Credit Suisse, on the back of high demand from steel m...

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