Following the lifting of sanctions, country aims to become a gateway to Middle East and Central AsiaIran is aiming to triple container port capacity to 14m teu by the end of the decade following the easing of trade sanctions more than a year ago. Bandar Abbas can currently handle 3m teu, which represents about 84% of Iran’s container traffic, with ambitions to grow to 9.8m teu annually by 2020, according to government data.
China port stockpiles of iron ore reach high of 139m tonnes during MayAUSTRALIA'S Port Hedland reached a new record for iron ore shipments to China, its most prominent destination. In May, exports rose to 38m tonnes from 31.7m tonnes a year earlier, according to statistics from the Pilbara Ports Authority of Western Australia. Overall iron ore exports from the terminal increased 12% from a year earlier to 44m tonnes. Of that, a combined 4.7m tonnes were exported to Japan and South Korea.
Stellar Queen anchored off Brazil as flag and class inspectors fly in to asses cracks found in deck platingANOTHER very large ore carrier owned by Polaris Shipping has been anchored after cracks were discovered in its deck plating. The 304,850 dwt, 1994-built, single hull bulk ore carrier Stellar Queen was found with cracks in its deck plating at the time of loading, company official Paul Apostolis said.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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