Transport ministry OKs plan to build big iron ore berths
May 31, 2012 | 02:38 PM
SHANGHAI, China - Chinas Ministry of Transport has approved plans to build iron ore berths of up to 400,000 deadweight tonnes at Ningbo-Zhoushan Port in Zhejiang province.
The 4.91-billion-yuan ($774-million) project, which remains subject to the approval of the National Development and Reform Commission, will consist of two 300,000- to 400,000-dwt berths, one 100,000-dwt berth and two 50,000-dwt berths that will have....
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