Saint Petersburg, Russia – Metalloinvest, a globally active producer and supplier of HBI and iron ore products, and a regional producer of high-quality steel, has signed a binding agreement with the company Ultramar for the construction of a specialised terminal for the transfer of iron ore pellets and HBI at the Ust-Luga port, located in the Leningrad region. Continue reading Metalloinvest and Ultramar sign MoU for Iron Ore Pellets and HBI Transhipment Terminal at Ust-Luga Port
Eberswalde, Germany – Kocks Ardelt Kranbau have secured an order from Associated British Ports (ABP), to supply three new high capacity grabbing cranes for Immingham Bulk Terminal (IBT). IBT is the raw material import terminal for British Steel. ABP has recently taken over operational control of the terminal following the signing of a long-term agreement with British Steel. The crane purchase is part of a total £65 million investment in the terminal and site facilities. Continue reading Kocks Ardelt: Three high-capacity Cranes for ABP’s Immingham Bulk Terminal
Limena (PD), Italy – ONT, part of the BEDESCHI Group, was commissioned by OCRIM with a new belt conveyor system for grain in Yanbu Port – Saudi Arabia. The order comprises a system of three belt conveyors with a width of 1400 mm and a length of 180 m+360 m+36 m transporting 1000 t/h grain from the client ship-unloader on the jetty to the existing storage bins.
Bjuv, Sweden – Siwertell, part of Bruks Siwertell Group, has secured an order from US-based GCCM Holdings LCC to supply a high-capacity ship unloader for South Texas Cement’s terminal in the US port of Corpus Christi. The Siwertell ST 640-M unit will have a continuous rated cement-handling capacity of 1,500t/h and will be able to unload ships of up to 60,000 dwt. Continue reading Siwertell Ship Unloader chosen for South Texas Cement’s Corpus Christi Terminal
Ely, United Kingdom –SAMSON Materials Handling Ltd. has introduced a new generation of its mobile STORMAJOR Boom Feeder. The new, updated design promises to improve handling and stability in the loading and reception of all kinds of bulk materials and is available in three models for different ranges of bulk material density. Continue reading SAMSON Materials Handling presents new Generation of STORMAJOR Boom Feeder
Limena, Italy – Bedeschi has won a contract for the Delivery of two ship loaders and associated equipment from Kernel LLC for a new grain terminal at the Marine Trade Port of Chornomorsk, Ukraine. The Port of Chornomorsk, which is located on the north-western shore of Black Sea and to the south-west from Odessa, will benefit from the new grain terminal in 2018.
Peoria (IL), United States – A leader in dust control solutions has helped a port located along the Hudson River control fugitive particle emissions at the dock and in the industrial park using atomized mist technology. The Port of Coeymans employs two DustBoss® DB-60™ atomized mist cannons from BossTek® for dust suppression in a variety of activities and applications.
Rostock, Germany – The new LPS 420 E is the latest extension of the Liebherr mobile harbour crane product range. The newly designed machine is a purely electric driven portal crane. All crane movements like luffing, hoisting, slewing and travelling are done by electric motors. Continue reading Liebherr launches first purely electrical Port Crane
Hyogo, Japan — Japanese logistics company Kamigumi have announced to establish a terminal operating company named International Bulk Terminal (Thilawa) Co., Ltd. (IBTT) mainly focusing on the handling of grain, feed and other bulk cargo at the Thilawa region of Yangon port in Myanmar as a joint venture with Lluvia Ltd. of Myanmar. The new terminal to be build will cover an area of 80,000 square meters and is scheduled for completion in April 2019.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) has signed a long-term port facility agreement with Abu Dhabi Ports to use some of the world’s largest bulk cargo vessels to import raw materials through Khalifa Port. With this agreement, Abu Dhabi Ports will be able to develop the port to become the first in the Gulf capable of directly handling these massive ships.