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2014 Media Kit

Breakbulk & Projects

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Brazil’s Vale joins rivals with China iron ore discounts

Reuters | June 26, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

Brazil’s Vale, the world’s biggest iron ore miner, is starting to offer discounts on shipments of the steelmaking raw material to top consumer China, joining Australian rivals in cutting prices following a global surge in production. Read More »

Colombia Cerrejon coal stocks near-depleted by port protest

Reuters | June 25, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects | Ports & Terminals

Joint venture Cerrejon, Colombia’s biggest coal miner, says it could run out of stocks at its port in one or two days and default on export commitments, as third-party workers blocked its private railway for the sixth day on Wednesday. Read More »

WWPC members return dredging equipment from Mexico to the Netherlands

AJOT | June 23, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

WWPC members return dredging equipment from Mexico to the Netherlands

Port Logistics México and Steder Group from The Netherlands, both members of the Worldwide Project Consortium WWPC for their respective countries, arranged for five heavy caterpillars, used as dredging equipment  at the port of Lazaro Cardenas, weight between 52 to 70 Tons per caterpillar, to be transported by truck to the Mexican Port of Veracruz for being shipped onboard WWPC conference sponsor Rickmers Linie vessel to Rotterdam. Read More »

EU poised to dethrone US as world’s top wheat exporter

Reuters | June 18, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

The European Union is likely to surpass the United States to become the top world wheat exporter next season as high freight rates help EU suppliers tighten their grip on nearby markets in the Middle East and expand sales in Asia. Read More »

Wet weather in Ivory Coast could threaten cocoa crop size

Reuters | June 16, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

Abundant rains combined with infrequent and short spells of sunshine in most of Ivory Coast’s main cocoa-growing regions created wet growing conditions last week that could dent the size of the April-to-September crop, farmers said on Monday. Read More »

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