The Association of Bulk Terminal Operators (ABTO)
Born out of an under representation of the sector at national government and international regulatory level.
ABTO seeks to provide a voice for bulk terminal operators, at a national and international level, providing a forum for its members to discuss the issues impacting seaborne trade and the global transportation of bulk commodities.
ABTO encourages the free and frank exchange of opinion to enable the bulk sector to present a united front in all discussions with governments, shippers, shipowners and operators in order to promote and protect member interests
|Date||Latest News Item|
|November 15||Inchcape Shipping Services has warned that some ports in New Zelanand's South Island remain affected following the recent earthquake.|
|November 10||New cargo flows needs amid falling imports - read more|
|November 8||AbtoNews issue 3 now available - READ MORE|
|November 2||LNG is not the marine fuel for reducing GHGs, says ABTO chief executive in this press article - READ MORE|
|September 29||AbtoNews issue 2 now available - READ MORE|
Cargo Liquefaction A Problem For Bulk Terminals - READ MORE
Hurricane Warning: Shippers face severe delay at Terminals on the southeastern seaboard of the US as Hurricane Hermine approaches
"An organization like this is very much needed to represent the issues at the highest level. And also using this platform, members can share their best practices (which helped them in improving their operational efficiency) with other members". - Sudhakar www.infyz.com
New website launched for ABTO - READ MORE
|July||New voice for the bulk trades - READ MORE|