The ship discharged 1,500 tonnes of corn at Mersin port and is on its way to Damietta in Egypt, ship agent tells Lloyd’s List
Ukraine minister says grain exports to reach 3m tonnes in September | JCC sees surge in inquiries to ship grains from Ukraine | Seaspan rejects force majeure from Chinese yard
A dozen ships have left Ukraine so far and four have been authorised to enter in the two weeks that the corridor has been operational. ‘It’s been a good start,’ said the Istanbul-based Joint Coordination Centre’s interim head
Black Sea safe corridor has cleared berths at three ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk and Yuzhnyi which ‘are free and ready to accommodate incoming bulk carriers’
Ukraine grain shipment bulker not covered for war risk or cargo | First humanitarian aid ship heads to Ukraine for grains | Resumption of Ukrainian grain exports expected to lift smaller dry bulkers | Frangou tightens control over Navios Holdings
Unsold corn consignment analysed in late May and judged sound, with repeat fumigation as a precautionary measure
The bulk carrier is reportedly going through inspections in Türkiye on its way into Ukraine to pick up a cargo of wheat for Djibouti in the Horn of Africa
Safety issues in the region and the potential risks of cargo delivery failure have created uncertainty over any recovery prospects
Evolving marine transport model seeks tankers to operate outside established markets, yet remain compliant with class, insurance and other regulatory and technical rules
The first shipment from Ukraine is in limbo because the Lebanese buyer rejected the cargo on grounds that too much time has elapsed, while two more vessels have been authorised to depart Chornomorsk port carrying 70,020 tonnes of corn and sunflower meal en route to South Korea and Türkiye
The first shipment from Ukraine is in limbo because the Lebanese buyer rejected the cargo on grounds too much time has elapsed, while two more vessels have been authorised to depart Chornomorsk port carrying 70,020 tonnes of corn and sunflower meal en route to South Korea and Turkey
Six more ships are on the way out of Ukrainian ports, carrying 220,543 tonnes of corn, sunflower oil and soya, bound for Italy, China and Türkiye
The week in charts: Capesize rates drop | More than 20 ships alongside Ukraine’s ports | Vessels reroute due to China military drills
Capesize rates drop, Russian crews trapped in Ukraine seek repatriation and more than 200 merchant vessels forced to take detours to avoid China’s military exercises
The cargoship, accused of carrying stolen food from Ukraine, has been cleared to sail and was heading to its final destination in Tartus, Syria
UPDATED: Three more vessels have left Ukraine carrying a total of 58,000 tonnes of grain to Türkiye, Ireland and the UK, while the first ship to enter Ukraine via the grain corridor is waiting inspection
No sign yet of alternative Russian provision yet emerging, despite earlier promises by Medvedev
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