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Fiji: clinker shipment from China

15 September 2016, Published under Cement News

A cargo vessel has docked at the Kings Wharf, Suva, bringing in clinker for Tengy Cement from China. The vessel is expected to remain in the port for 7-8 days. According to Vafo-ou Villiame of Carpenters Shipping, “the vessel will be unloading cement clinker for the new cement factory", as reported local news source, The Fiji Sun. Mr Villiame also stated that the ship had not made calls at any other Pacific country. Once unloaded the ship will return directly to China.

Philippines: settlement following cargo vessel crash

22 June 2016, Published under Cement News

The Cebu provincial government and other entities, which suffered damage following the cargo vessel MV Belle Rose running aground in the waters off Daanbantayan town last week, have agreed to settle and allow the ship to leave Cebu for repairs. The agreement reached with the shipping company covers the cost of replanting affected corals, rehabilitation, protection and management of the shoal, incidental damages sustained by those reliant on Monad Shoal such as tourism-based establishments...

Delivery of Nb. 435 for JT Cement

10 June 2016, Published under Cement News

Ferus Smit has delivered the Nb. 435 (MV Ireland) to new owners JT Cement, a joint venture between Erik Thun AB and KG Jebsen Cement. The vessel was delivered after an extensive programme of trials in which the safety and proper working of all systems was verified. MV Ireland left the harbour of Delfzijl, The Netherlands, on its first commercial voyage immediately after delivery. MV Ireland is the second dedicated cement carrier for JT Cement. The vessels are the first dry cargo vessels wi...