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Cargill attacks container carriers head-on

The Vice President of Logistics at one of the world's largest companies, Cargill, attacks container carriers for their poor service. "The gap you talk about, between supply and demand, is the size of the gap in service, between what the customer expects and what you supply," says John McCauley.

Cargill joins political alliance on sulfur

US-based trading house Cargill, which operates the world's largest dry bulk fleet, and carrier Fjord Line have joined the Trident Alliance, an international cooperation working for the enforcement of sulfur requirements.

Cargill delivers best result in five years

Earnings at major US-based trading house Cargill, which operates a massive dry bulk fleet, finished at a five-year high. But the company's shipping division is under pressure.

Overcapacity in shipping reflected in Cargill's results

Revenue at the major trading house declined 11 percent in the third quarter of the fiscal year 2015/2016, though the adjusted operating profit improved. Lower commodity prices and challenging shipping markets are cited as factors.

Roger Janson steps down as Cargill Transportation CEO

In the midst of the worst crisis ever for the global dry bulk industry, one of the world's absolutely largest players, Geneva-based Cargill's Ocean Transportation with over 500 ships in the fleet, is replacing its CEO. Roger Janson will take a new position.

Eagle Bulk Shipping appoints new CEO

Greek-controlled Eagle Bulk Shipping has appointed Stanley Ryan, board member and former Cargill executive, as new CEO after the carrier's former chief executive stepped down.

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