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Ship arrives with 50,700 metric tonnes of barley

Ship arrives with 50,700 metric tonnes of barley

QTerminals on Monday announced that it has received the ship MV Mirela, carrying 50,700 metric tonnes of barley.

QTerminals offers incentives for main shipping lines

QTerminals offers incentives for main shipping lines

QTerminals has announced that it will offer incentives to the main shipping lines that have direct services calling on Hamad Port and do not transship within a range of 250Nm from the port.

QTerminals receives cow-cargo

QTerminals receives cow-cargo

QTerminals’ General Cargo Terminal has handled 2,184 heads of cattle brought from the US on board the vessel MV Gelbray Express, the terminal operating company tweeted on Thursday.

QTerminals reaches 2mn TEUs milestone

QTerminals reaches 2mn TEUs milestone

QTerminals, a terminal operating entity jointly established by Mwani Qatar (51%) and Milaha (49%), has reached 2mn TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) and 5mn tonnes of general cargo at the end of October this year

QTerminals scouting for opportunities in Black Sea region: CEO

QTerminals scouting for opportunities in Black Sea region: CEO

QTerminals, the recently-established operator of the first phase of Hamad Port in Qatar, is scouting for opportunities in the Black Sea region as part of its strategy to expand internationally.

QTerminals, China firm sign accord

QTerminals, China firm sign accord

QTerminals, the recently-established operator of the first phase of Hamad Port in Qatar, and China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC), will jointly explore potential maritime investment opportunities ...

Big potential seen for Hamad Port as transhipment hub

Big potential seen for Hamad Port as transhipment hub

QTerminals CEO Neville Bissett said “there are plenty of opportunities” for Hamad Port to grow not just with gateway cargo but also for transhipment to countries like Kuwait and Iraq.

Hamad Port set to handle rising global cargo

Hamad Port set to handle rising global cargo

Hamad Port, which has seen the world’s largest shipping companies seek entry and growth in the Qatari and regional markets, is all set to handle increasing volumes of global cargo ...

Bushfire destroys nearly 100 homes in Western Australia

Bushfire destroys nearly 100 homes in Western Australia

A bushfire destroyed nearly 100 homes in western Australia as it swept through countryside south of Perth.