|Drewry predicts that the multipurpose shipping market is not expected to recover until the end of 2017, when it is anticipated that there will be more bulk demand for Handysize tonnage and therefore more breakbulk cargoes for multipurpose vessels.
May 27 - Illinois based Imperial Crane Services has expanded its fleet with the addition of a new 300-tonne capacity mobile crane and two new 300-tonne capacity lattice boom crawler cranes.
May 27 - Yusen Logistics Mexico has appointed Jordan Dewart as its new president.
May 27 - German industrial mounting and transport company Lantenhammer has formed a cooperation with Fagioli, which will see the two parties join forces on a number of civil engineering projects.
May 27 - Italian steel manufacturer Cimolai - which was responsible for the construction of the 16 new Panama Canal lock gates - has established its own dedicated specialised transport division, Cimol...
May 26 - According to shipping consultancy provider, Dynamar, the top 15 heavy load shipping lines operate just over 80 percent of the worldwide fleet of such vessels.
May 26 - The best way for oil companies to survive the current low prices is to remain integrated, according to Ed Osterwald, senior partner, CEG Europe.
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|NSC names Alpha Maritime|
|PD Ports opens breakbulk quay|
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