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Bangladesh extends bid dates for Payra coal/bulk terminal

12 February 2020, Published under Cement News

Payra Port Authority (PPA), under the Ministry of Shipping, Government of Bangladesh, has extended the last date to receive bids from international/local firms to develop a coal/bulk terminal at Payra Port, Kalapara, Patuakhali, through public private partnership basis (PPP) in Southern Bangladesh.   Bids are now due on 3 March instead of 17 February 2020, says project director in an announcement.   Through a new announcement, the port authority has re-invited the expertise of international ...

Russian producers increase railway distribution in 2019

17 January 2020, Published under Cement News

Russian cement manufacturers shipped over 26.21Mt of cement by railway in 2019, an increase of four per cent YoY against 2018. The top regions for consumption of cement delivered by railway in 2019 were Moscow region (1.99Mt tons, +12.3 per cent YoY), the Republic of Tatarstan (1.79Mt, +7.2 per cent), Moscow (1.7Mt, +15.3 per cent), Krasnodar region (1.55Mt, -13.9 per cent), and Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area (1.15Mt, +4.8 per cent).

Work starts to salvage Bangladesh clinker vessel

06 January 2020, Published under Cement News

The Bangladesh authorities have started the salvage operation of a partly capsized clinker-laden cargo vessel called Md Dudu Mia-1, in Kirtankhola river, in the country earlier this week. According to some media reports, a 25-member team started removing the clinker from the capsized cargo Md Dudu Mia-1. The cargo sunk in Kirtankhola river, near Barishal Port, after it collided with Dhaka-bound passenger launch MV Shahrukh-2, which was travelling from Barguna on 14 December 2019. After the ...

MI Cement announces formation of the three subsidiary companies

13 November 2019, Published under Cement News

MI Cement Factory Ltd, manufacturer of cement in Bangladesh has informed that the Board of Directors of the company has approved formation of the three subsidiary companies fully owned by MI Cement Factory Ltd namely, Ocean Voyager Shipping Lines Ltd, Ocean Victory Shipping Lines Ltd and Ocean Vision Shipping Lines Ltd.   According to a notification of MI Cement Factory Ltd to the Dhaka Stock Exchange, the Board of Directors of thecompany has also approved transfer of the three motor vessel...

Vessel laden with clinker arrested in Bangladesh

26 September 2019, Published under Cement News

A foreign vessel laden with clinker was arrested in Bangladesh yesterday. No details immediately are available for the vessel's arrest. 

 According to Chittagong Port Authority (CPA), the foreign flag bulk carrier 'Costas L' has been arrested as per orders of the local High Court dated 23 September 2019 in a litigation case at outer anchorage of Chittagong port. The ship was carrying 42,629t of clinker for the cement industry, arrived from Singapore at the port, on 8 September and was a...

Maltese cement carrier refloated in Gulf of Saloniki

18 September 2019, Published under Cement News

Cement carrier Sirios Cement I, which was loaded with a cargo of cement, ran aground in the Gulf of Saloniki, Greece, on its way to Italy on Saturday 14 September. The ship was refloated after four hours work with the help of tugs and taken back to Thessaloniki Port for inspection. Built in 1981, Sirios Cement I has a 13550dwt and travels under the Maltese flag.

Taiwan Cement's shipping subsidiary orders bulk carriers

17 September 2019, Published under Cement News

Taiwan Cement has announced that its shipping subsidiary, Ta-ho Maritime, has placed an order at Japanese yard Sumitomo Heavy Industries for three 84,200dwt kamsarmax bulk carriers. The shipbuilding contract comprises a firm order for two ships at US$35m each and option for an additional ship. The company will decide on the execution of the option before 30 September 2019. The new ships will be used to transport coal for Taiwan Cement and chartering operations. Ta-ho Maritime currentl...

Clinker vessel salvage delay

30 August 2019, Published under Cement News

A vessel carrying clinker which capsized in the Meghan River at Birbir, Bangaldesh on Tuesday could not be immediately salvaged. The MV Tanvir Tousib-2 was anchored at Birbir on the high-tide but was struck by another vessel, the Bashundhara Food-1. The MV Tanvir Tousib-2 was carrying clinker to Dhaka. The cost of the loss could be as much as BDT200m (US$2.36m) according to Khairul Alam, master of the ship. Attempts to salvage the ship were due to be attempted on Wednesday evening.

Cosco Shipping Bulk signs logistics agreement with Conch

17 June 2019, Published under Cement News

Cosco Shipping Bulk has signed an agreement with Conch Logistics, the logistics business of China-based Anhui Conch Group. The two companies will jointly develop the cement logistics business, reports Splash 247. Anhui Conch ordered four 12,500dwt bulk carriers at Jiandong Shipyard with delivery scheduled in 2020. Cosco Shipping Bulk operates the largest bulker fleet in the world with total capacity of over 33mdwt.

Raysut Cement recycle bulk carrier

30 May 2019, Published under Cement News

The Raysut II bulk cement carrier of Raysut Cement Co of Oman was re-floated and recycled recently, according to shipping industry sources. Resolve Marine Group completed the complicated wreck removal of bulk cement carrier Raysut II and also made arrangements to off load damaged cargo at port of Salalah, Oman. The vessel was owned by Raybulk Navigation Inc, a subsidiary of Raysut Cement. Reportedly foreign experts were chosen for this project, because of their plan to re-float the ves...