All Bulk Handling articles

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    Paranagua anticipates more grain throughput after deepening

    2022-11-15T09:15:00Z

    As a result of the main access channel at the Port of Paranagua, Brazil being deepened, higher volumes of grain throughput are expected.

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    Kazakhstan looks west

    2022-10-27T13:10:00Z

    Kazakhstan is looking to consolidate its niche position as an exporter of steam coal to the EU. As Oleksandr Gavrylyuk reports, establishing a secure route to market is key to this

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    Crane order completes

    2022-09-23T11:26:00Z

    Noatum completes the set-up of new high-tonnage cranes in three of its terminals in Spain

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    Dry bulk expansion plans

    2022-09-21T09:38:00Z

    The Port of Middlesbrough’s owner has acquired a dry bulk business as part of its strategic investment and expansion plan

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    Bulk handling expansion

    2022-09-15T12:09:00Z

    The Port of Newcastle is opening new container and bulk services capabilities in its latest diversification initiative

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    EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED

    2022-07-31T10:54:00Z

    The pre-covid normal is gone and there is a need to adapt to a new set of market conditions. This was the game-changing view presented at the recent IAPH World Ports Conference. Felicity Landon reviews the highlights

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    AUCKLAND PULLS PLUG ON AUTOMATION

    2022-07-31T10:54:00Z

    The Ports of Auckland is scrapping plans to introduce automation at its Fergusson Container Terminal. The project was first aired in 2016 and originally had a date of late 2019/early 2020 for operations to commence.

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    Bulkers also bedevilled by berthing delays

    2022-07-31T10:54:00Z

    While container ships gain a lot of headlines for their queuing to access to ports in China, bulk vessels bringing grain and coal – key basic commodities that China cannot produce enough of for its needs – are also suffering similar challenges.

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    Verticalisation Driving Diversification

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    ICTSI Rio 1 is one of several terminals in Brazil diversifying in the face of what is dubbed locally as verticalization – liner companies extending their activities along the supply chain.

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    A HUB FOR BEER PRODUCERS

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    The Ponta do Felix port facility in Antonina, part of the Paranagua port area (APPA port authority), will next month (July) open up six new silos for storing malt, barley and wheat, adding 40,000 tons of static storage capacity at a cost of Reais45million (US$9m).

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    GRAIN: SYSTEM INNOVATION

    2022-05-31T13:10:00Z

    Grain handling and storage system innovation continues apace. John Bensalhia highlights recent developments in the supply sector

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    Bedeschi Deal

    2022-03-05T15:32:00Z

    Bedeschi S.p.A. has confi rmed the take-over of Berga Golfetto Sangati bulk handling activities from Golfetto Sangati srl, eff ective January 1, 2022.

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    BREAKBULK – THE OUTLOOK?

    2021-11-01T10:57:00Z

    Modernisation and global restructuring post-Covid presents real opportunities in the breakbulk sector. Andrew Penfold considers how should port developers react?

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    Capacity growth threat

    2021-09-15T16:21:00Z

    Port and terminal capacity is on the rise, but congestion remains a key risk to sector performance.

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    Sustainability winners

    2021-06-24T19:16:00Z

    The winners of the IAPH 2021 World Ports Sustainability Awards have been announced.

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    Forced flexibility

    2021-06-21T15:55:00Z

    Ports and terminals are being forced to embrace flexible vessel planning and this is impacting productivity.

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    How valuable is ecommerce to ports?

    2021-06-09T11:44:00Z

    Ecommerce is creating new opportunities for ports and terminals.

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    Pandemic performance

    2021-05-27T15:57:00Z

    “The COVID-19 pandemic has generated diverse temporal and spatial impacts on world ports,” concludes new analysis.

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    NEW PATTERNS AND PRIORITIES

    2021-04-29T21:16:00Z

    Grain trade volumes are increasing, prices are climbing and larger vessels are wanted. Andrew Penfold considers the implications for port investment.

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    Proactive supply chain can tackle congestion

    2021-03-15T22:31:00Z

    Proactive responses across the supply chain will be vital to tackle port congestion as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.