Japan ports update - 24th March - Dry bulk
Port conditions: The following listed dry bulk ports are closed or non-operational. Rescue operations are still being undertaken and no indication yet of repair/recovery works, not only to the ports but to the many roads, bridges etc. destroyed by the quake and tsunami on March 11, 2011.
|Hitachi||Containers / Vehicles|
|Kashima||Coal/Iron Ore/Steel products (Sumitomo Metal Terminal)|
|Grain (4 terminals)|
|Onahama||Coal /Concentrate / Slag|
|Soma||Coal (Power station)|
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