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International Bulk Journal
The magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry
Dry bulk shipping, commodities, port, logistics and equipment issues are all reviewed in every issue of IBJ and regularly updated on this website. The magazine’s in-depth special features keep the world’s bulk shipping and cargo handling industry informed of developments and trends in their markets and provide advertisers with unrivalled opportunities to promote their products worldwide.
Powered by International Bulk Journal, the IBJ Awards is now firmly established as the maritime bulk industry’s "Night of the Year". Find out more below.
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Dry bulk shipping, commodities, port, logistics & equipment issues are all reviewed in every issue of IBJ as well as regular in-depth features on technical issues, commodity handling & geographical regions. IBJ is the must-read magazine keeping members of the bulk shipping and cargo handling industry informed of latest developments and trends.Read more
Features in the Current Issue
IBJ Magazine is published bi-monthly, with a summary of the main features of each issue published on our website, which can include technical issues, commodity handling and the latest developments in the industry. Find out more about what’s covered in our current issue.Read more
IBJ Awards: Monday 13 November
The IBJ Awards salute achievements in the maritime bulk industry and provide companies with a chance to put themselves in the spotlight, or to nominate an organisation which they believe is doing a fantastic job. Winners will be announced on the big night itself, further confirming the IBJ Awards’ position as the maritime bulk industry’s "Night of the Year".Read more
IBJ Awards 2017 Photo Gallery
The international maritime bulk industry gathered at The Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam, for the IBJ Awards.
Here are a selection of photographs from the bulk industry’s "Night of the year".