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    Juan Cock

    Warehouse Operative IDC

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    Egyptian Ports

    23 Jun’17: The Egyptian Minister of Commerce & Industry, Engineer Tarek Qabil announced that after negotiations with Gulf Cooperation Council & Turkey they finally approved to exempt Egypt’s exports from Flat rolled products of iron or steel & rubber tires export from protective tariffs. For the rubber Tires: This decision provides safe entry for the Egyptian external tires made of rubber to the Turkish market, making it competitive with the Turkish product itself. The decision is not specific for period of time, promising to increase Egyptian exports to the Gulf and Turkey markets. For more information: WSS Alexandria office at (+20) 3 484 3510

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    Chinese Ports

    23 Jun’17 : The current situation at main Chinese iron ore ports: Dalian, Beilun and Zhoushan ports have been closed today, on 23 June due to heavy fog (Dalian at 0625 hrs LT; Beilun and Zhoushan at 0850 hrs LT). Shanghai, Taicang, Nantong ports: CJK close from 0430 hrs LT, due to heavy fog. Bayuquan, Tianjin, Jingtang, Caofeidian, Qingdao, Rizhao, Lanshan, Lianyungang, Xiamen, Kemen, Huangpu, Zhanjiang and Fangcheng ports remain fully operational with no pending closures. For more information: WSS Shanghai office at (+86) 21 6086 3888

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    Jon Ciobanu

    Ships Agency Operator Newcastle

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    Myanmar

    22 Jun’17: New coal discharging record in Myanmar, by utilizing WSS Grabs, despite some weather stoppages due to heavy pre-monsoon rain and wind. Discharging rate of over 10,000 MT - only in 24 hours. WSS Myanmar, while acting as the protective agent, provided 4 Grabs and 1 spare to the vessel together with standby maintenance technicians onboard to make sure safe and uninterrupted operations. It has reduced the costs and the port stay while greatly appreciated by the consignee, the vessel operator, the terminal and the port authority. For more information: WSS Myanmar office at (+959) 77 608 5069

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    Abu Dhabi, UAE

    22 Jun’17 : Abu Dhabi Ports and the Port of Fujairah have signed a 35-year concession for the Abu Dhabi-based port operator to take over the operations of Fujairah’s primary deep-water port. Development includes deepening of berths to -16.5 meters, building an approximate 300,000 sqm yard of storage space, as well as an additional 1km quay. Abu Dhabi Ports will commence with the development of berths and yards in 2018. The port will remain operational during this time to service existing and new clients. Additional capacity and new quay cranes will begin operations in 2021, including the post panama quay cranes. The port's capacity is expected to reach 1 million TEUs and 700,000 tons of general cargo by 2030. For more information: WSS Abu Dhabi office at +971 2673329

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    Jubail, Saudi Arabia

    21 Jun’17: Delays are expected in Jubail Port due to heavy weather condition. Stop loading operations in port was begin 21st June (Wednesday) from 04:15 until 05:35 the same day, due to wind force: 37 knots (Force Beaufort 8). The wind force decreased to 30 knots (Force Beaufort 7), but still Jubail Port is closed for berthing and sailing from 21 June at 05:35. For more information: WSS Jubail office at (+966) 13 362 1848 / (+966) 545874994