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  1. Rise in U.S. coal exports

    2009. Meanwhile, Morocco, Egypt, and Central/South American countries witnessed substantial upticks in U.S. thermal coal imports. However, European shipments decreased, along with reduced exports to Canada and Mexico. In contrast, U.S. coking coal...

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    • Category: Markets & trade
  2. Record growth at São Francisco do Sul

    (8.3 million tons). Soybeans (140 thousand tons) and soybean oil (32 thousand tons) also contribute to the outbound cargo. Imports, accounting for 42 percent, reached 634 thousand tons, fueled by fertilizers (319 thousand tons) and metallurgical...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Ports & handling
  3. Rise in European coal imports signals winter demand boost

    December witnesses a notable increase in thermal coal imports across European nations (CW Group) European countries, excluding Turkey and Russia, are set to experience a significant uptick in coal imports this December, reaching 3.1 million tons—the...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & trade
  4. Karachi and port Qasim activities

    Karachi Port Trust managed a substantial cargo turnover, handling 109,882 tons in the last 24 hours, with 57,684 tons of imports and 52,198 tons of exports, according to Business Recorder. The breakdown reveals the diverse nature of cargo, including...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Ports & handling
  5. Record grain exports dominate Northwest seaports

    15 thousand tons, originated from the Kaliningrad Sodrugestvo Soya terminal, signifying its pivotal role in regional grain imports.[/PAID] Copyright CW Group. All rights reserved. Unauthorized distribution expressly prohibited.

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    • Category: Markets & trade
  6. Surge in Indian petcoke imports ignites industry buzz

    paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]In a noteworthy development, India witnessed an 11 percent month-on-month surge in pet coke imports during November 2023, soaring to 0.92 million tons (mnt) from 0.83 mnt in October 2023, as revealed by data from CoalMint....

    • Type: Article
    • Category: End-user Markets
  7. Karachi Ports brisk with cargo

    at Port Qasim, eight ships engaged in operations, managing a cargo volume of 90,861 tons, comprising 60,414 tons of imports and 30,447 tons of exports. The report details the vessels and their expected activities, emphasizing the ongoing maritime...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Ports & handling
  8. Kazakh wheat exports: Global changes reshape markets

    in the hierarchy of top importers is particularly intriguing. Uzbekistan, historically the primary buyer, reduced imports by 14 percent to 514.56 thousand tons, while Tajikistan decreased purchases by 9 percent to 214.8 thousand tons. Afghanistan, a...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & trade
  9. Argentina cement market witnesses fall in dispatches

    reduction, while 7,633 tons were earmarked for export, signaling a 13.91 percent increase from October 2022. With no cement imports for the past 59 months, domestic consumption equaled local dispatches. AFCP's preliminary projections for 2023 anticipate...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  10. Karachi port records robust cargo movements

    and 2,000 tons of Oil & Liquid Cargo. Monday saw the efficient handling of 6,439 containers, with 25,773 containers for imports and 366 containers for exports. The vessels MT Mardan, KMTC Delhi, Apl Salalah, Xin Yi Hai 16, SG Pegasus, X-Press Salween,...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Ports & handling
  11. US mechanical wood pulp imports from Canada decrease YoY in July

    Mechanical wood pulp imports decreased month-on-month and year-on-year (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"9,10,11","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]Imports of mechanical wood pulp into the United States...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Market Data
  12. US chemical wood pulp imports from Canada decrease YoY in June

    Imports decreased year-on-year but increased month-on-month (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"9,10,11","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]Imports of chemical wood pulp into the United States from Canada...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Market Data
  13. India's seaborne coal import dominance increases in 2023

    2022. The East coast of India, predominantly in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, receives approximately 60 percent of coal imports, while Gujarat, the country's most industrialized state, accounts for 30 percent. Notable coal import terminals include Mundra,...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & trade
  14. Spanish construction materials industry faces downturn

    totaling EUR 22.408M. The year-to-date export drop, adjusting for price effects, stands at 8.1 percent. Conversely, imports decreased by 11.9 percent, resulting in a positive trade balance of EUR 6.684M, a 17.4 percent increase from the previous year....

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Materials News
  15. China's iron ore imports continue to persist

    November sees continued surge in iron ore imports amid favorable steel mill margins (CW Group) China's unyielding demand for iron ore remained evident in November, with imports surging 3.4 percent from October, reaching 102.7 million metric tons, as...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Ports & handling
  16. Karachi and Port Qasim: Busy day with bulk cargo movements

    Significant imports and exports at key Pakistani ports (CW Group) Karachi and Port Qasim experienced a robust 24 hours, as the Karachi Port Trust managed 137,451 tons of cargo, comprising 83,345 tons of imports and 54,106 tons of exports, reports...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Ports & handling
  17. China’s coal capacity boost for energy security

    of this year, China's crude coal production increased by 3 percent year-on-year to reach 3.44 billion tons, while coal imports surged by 73.1 percent to 350 million tons. Major coal enterprises recently signed medium- and long-term coal contracts for...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & trade
  18. Navigating bulk market shifts: Insights into maritime trends

    Manager Bulk Research at Drewry, dissected key trends shaping the maritime bulk market. The analysis encompassed shifts in imports, exports, and production, scrutinizing the effects of altered shipping routes and demand variations on charter rates....

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & trade
  19. thyssenkrupp to build new clinker line for GCC

    Mark S. Terry, GCC President, emphasizes the significance of boosting production capacity to reduce dependence on cement imports, aligning with the recent award to Polysius for increasing output at GCC’s Samalayuca plant. The ambitious project, set to...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Plant Expansions
  20. Busy Seas: Karachi Port and Port Qasim Report Robust Cargo Handling

    the Karachi Port Trust has been a hive of activity, managing a total cargo of 64,312 tons, encompassing 50,765 tons of imports and 13,547 tons of exports, according to Business Recorder. The breakdown of imports includes 21,671 tons of Containerized...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Ports & handling

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