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DateLatest News Item
26/11/19 New Look ABTONews Out Now!
22/07/19 ABTONews 18 available now in the Member's section
22/04/19 ABTONews17 available now in the Members' section
15/03/19 Latest edition of Bulk Terminals International OUT NOW!
14/12/18 ABTONews16 available now for members 
31/10/18 The bulk sector is navigating its way out of the doldrums but market correction has come at a price, delegates attending Bulk Terminals 2018 learned last week. READ MORE 
01/10/18 Cyber weak spot exposed at Bulk Terminals 2018. READ MORE
11/09/18 Buttimer Engineering confirmed as second sponsor of Bulk Terminals 2018
18/07/18 Dr Sebastian Saxe, Chief Digital Officer, Ministry of Economy, Transport and Innovation, Free Hanseatic City of Hamburg and Chief Digital Officer, Hamburg Port Authority will introduce smartPORT to Bulk Terminals 2018
13/07/18 Dr Federico Carvajal, Telecommunications Engineer, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia presenting the EU SAURON project at Bulk Terminals 2018
10/07/18 Jens Christian Nielsen, Managing Director, Frachtcontor to speak on "The prospects for the dry bulk market" at Bulk Terminals 2018.
09/07/18 Daniel Hosseus, Managing Director, ZDS - Association of German Seaport Operators, confirmed as speaking at Bulk Terminals 2018 on the subject of "Macro Challenges"
3/07/18  Richard Posner, President, Dust Control Inc, confirmed as speaking at Bulk Terminals 2018
15/06/18 Anthony van der Hoest, Director Commerce, MTBS, confirmed as speaking at Bulk Terminals 2018 on the subject of "Investment drivers for dry bulk terminals"
07/06/18 igus confirmed as the first sponsorof Bulk Terminals 2018
31/10//17 "The maritime industry is 5-10 years behind other industries in terms of cyber security," said Templar Executives Andrew Fitzmaurice yesterday at Bulk Terminals 2017.
31/10//17 China to slash steel producion by 50 million tonnes a month in Q4 2017 to reduce emissions, says Drewry's Susan Oatway at ABTO Bulk Terminals 2017 conference
25/10/17 Lord Prescott to join special rail connectivity sesssion at Bulk Terminals 2017
29/09/17 ABTONews Issue 11 published
20/09/17 Growing support for Bulk Terminals 2017 with new sponsors and exhibitors. See the full list of supporting organisations here
15/10/17 Bulk Terminals 2017 Conference spaces now becoming limited. Make sure to secure your place at this year's event 
12/10/17 ABTO executives took part in London International Shipping Week and attended various events
14/08/17 ABTO Members can now benefit from all regulatory updates and reports from CCC-4, MEPC71, MEPC 70, and CCC-3
10/07/17 Redcar Bulk Terminals joins ABTO READ MORE
23/06/17 Liquefaction testing needs rethink READ MORE
22/06/17 ABP Humber joins ABTO membership
16/06/17 ABTO Publishes first edition of Bulk Terminals International Magazine
15/11/16 Inchcape Shipping Services has warned that some ports in New Zealand's South Island remain affected following the recent earthquake. 
10/11/16 New cargo flows needs amid falling imports - read more 
08/11/16 AbtoNews issue 3 now available - READ MORE
02/11/16 LNG is not the marine fuel for reducing GHGs, says ABTO chief executive in this press article - READ MORE
29/09/16 AbtoNews issue 2 now available - READ MORE
20/09/16

Cargo Liquefaction A Problem For Bulk Terminals EAD MORE 

10/09/16

New website launched for ABTO

08/09/16 New voice for the bulk trades
   

ABTO - purpose

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

Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) is advising that some ports remain affected following the 7.5 magnitude earthquake in central New Zealand.

 


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