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Phoenix from the ashes

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A calamity sometimes affords a timely opportunity for operators to install brand new stockyard equipment....

ArcelorMittal to pay SA fine

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Steel producer ArcelorMittal South Africa has agreed to pay a fine of R1.5B (US$110M) for its involvement in steel and scrap metal cartels i...

Mind out for altered States

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The US is edging towards sustained growth economy, but global changes present new challenges/opportunities in its bulk sector....

…alongside Liberia reductions

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ArcelorMittal is reducing the scale of its Liberian operations as a result of low iron ore prices and weaker than expected international dem...

Loaders look to a mobile mark-up

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Demand for high-throughput shiploaders has peaked with the end of the commodity boom, but mobile machine makers are eyeing market opportunit...

Ebola hits WA mining

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Aside from the obvious human cost, the Ebola crisis has held up the development of many mining, port and rail projects in the Mano River Sta...

Mixed fortunes for Benelux bulk

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Benelux bulk handling is in a transitory phase as new operators emerge and the long term prospects for coal imports appear uncertain....

Banking on Chinese prospects

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Despite fears of a Chinese slowdown, the country’s steel manufacturing, fed by iron ore imports, remains robust, with miners confident of ...

ATIC takeover edges closer

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HES Beheer and ArcelorMittal have signed the sale and purchase agreement for the sale of the latter’s 78% stake in ATIC to HES Beheer. The...

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