Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ocean Wilsons (holdings) Ld LSE:OCN London Ordinary Share BMG6699D1074 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -15.00p -1.56% 945.00p 930.00p 960.00p 960.00p 945.00p 960.00p 2,648 14:29:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 360.9 47.2 29.5 30.5 334

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21/8/2014
10:29
FWIW - a couple of pictures ... Brasco Terminal finnally recognised Brasco Caju
piedro
15/8/2014
12:27
Results out. Exchange rate features heavily. Is there a point (tax?) to having a huge investment portfolio whilst carrying a fair chunk of debt ?
yf23_1
07/8/2014
00:14
LOTM, Your missing link,from the SMIT website ....
piedro
31/7/2014
10:53
... they seem to have extended their berth area ... for special loads ...
piedro
22/7/2014
17:16
BBC SAPPHIRE loaded with the accommodation unit with a weight of 1536 ton The BBC SAPPHIRE headed for Rio de Janeiro. hxxp://www.heavyliftnews.com/news/bbc-sapphire-stop-over-in--singapore?cu=58 ... now berthed at Brasco Caju.
piedro
16/7/2014
10:05
Looking through trading volumes for Q2 and H1 I fail to see why it is as negative as posters here say...7% increase in container volumes is not to be sniffed at
trytotakeiteasy
15/7/2014
00:04
FT article: Brazil expects export boost (i.e. from world cup) http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/1dc252fa-0b37-11e4-ae6b-00144feabdc0.html?siteedition=uk#axzz37UFRFtDE Paid for access I am afraid...
trytotakeiteasy
14/7/2014
22:38
Posted on the APY bb ... PRODUCTION ANTICIPATED SHORTLY AT MARACAS VANADIUM PROJECT July 09, 2014 Final construction CAPEX US $241 million vs US $235 estimated in PEA Symbol: LGO (TSX.V) TORONTO, July 09, 2014 /CNW/ - Largo Resources Ltd. ("Largo" or the "Company") reports that feed to the kiln at the Company's Maracas Vanadium Project has been ongoing, however, certain minor technical adjustments at various areas of the plant have required intermittent interruptions to operations. Mining of ore, the crushing system and the milling and beneficiation plant are all operational and over 10,000 tonnes of vanadium concentrate have now been stockpiled to feed to the kiln. The kiln system has required several adjustments, mostly mechanical in nature, relating to the feed system, electrostatic precipitator (dust collection system) and burner management system which have required short-term breaks in the feed of material. Largo is pleased to report that despite these temporary feed disruptions, material has been successfully processed through the kiln during its operating time and has been building up and retained in the leaching system over the past weeks with approximately 3,000 tonnes of iron ore by-product having now also been stockpiled. .... .... http://tinyurl.com/n8t2jqv For those who follow Ocean Wilsons (OCN), you will be pleased to know that the ores will be shipped through Tecon Salvador, Bahia. [approximately 9,500t to 12,000t p.a.]
piedro
12/7/2014
16:43
They've started shipping Vanadium oxide from 'Vanádio Maracás' Re: routes CMA-CGM do the Parana Bridge (Buenas Aires/New York) which includes Itaguai,Salvador, and Suape Re: Alianca/Log-In - Cabotagem May 2014 - check your email
piedro
12/7/2014
13:22
Piedro, Is there a new route from Salvador started up, going from Suape to Itaguai? (Alianca Santos on 5th July & Log In Jacaranda on 11th July) I see there is also a general cargo ship from Port Arthur arrived to!! LOTM
last of the mohicans
12/7/2014
12:53
Piedro, Another interesting find. Seem to see the oil & gas sector as the big driver going forward. Will have to pay close attention to it in future presentations etc. LOTM
last of the mohicans
12/7/2014
12:47
Fire away ... Wilson Sons orders Damen PSVs for Petrobras charter By Charlie Bartlett from London Brazilian offshore operator Wilson Sons has signed for a duo of Damen PSV 5000s to be chartered to Petrobras. .... .... http://tinyurl.com/nzs52m8 cf: Presentation - pp17,19 - PSV WS134,135
piedro
12/7/2014
12:46
That Bbc Parana being at RG for 4 days was really strange, mind you it was also in MV UY for @3 days also and is now going to BA AR. Very Strange for a general cargo ship. LOTM
last of the mohicans
12/7/2014
10:50
Now online till 12:00 GMT
piedro
12/7/2014
03:54
Salvador having a good month thus far by the looks of the number of ships docked and time in Port, lots of 2 berth's going on for a change. LOTM
last of the mohicans
12/7/2014
02:15
I shall be online for the next hour, and then ± 14:00 hrs GMT tomorrow
piedro
11/7/2014
23:31
Piedro, That was an interesting find on Brasco. :) :) LOTM
last of the mohicans
11/7/2014
16:14
If this update is so bad why was the share price of Wilson Sons higher?
trytotakeiteasy
11/7/2014
13:38
LOTM, If you put up your email for a moment, I have a document that might be of interest. {I have had to reinstall my OS and am only now getting organized.}
piedro
11/7/2014
13:13
You may find this interesting ... Translation: Brasco studying the installation of offshore logistical support bases in the Equatorial Margin 16/06/2014 In an interview, the new executive director Gilberto Cardarelli spoke of the plans of the group Wilson, mentioning briefly Odebrecht, Transocean and Sevan Drilling. Gilberto Cardarelli took command in May of Brasco, the company of the Wilson Sons group focused on offshore logistics. In an exclusive interview with Energy Today, the executive said that the company now more focused on operations in the Santos and Campos basins, has plans to attend oil companies in Uruguay, Espirito Santo, and especially in the Equatorial Margin. "It is in that direction that we want to extend our activities," he says. What are the main goals of your administration? The objective is to continue the work already being done and pursue new market opportunities. I see Brasco with great growth potential. We face many possibilities related to the 11th round of the ANP when new opportunities were opened in Equatorial Margin. And it is in that direction that we want to extend our activities beyond what we already have in Guanabara Bay. How is the progress of construction of the new terminal at Caju, purchased last year? We are increasing the number of berths to be able to attend five vessels simultaneously. It is expected that the works will be completed in mid-2015, possibly in June. In addition to expanding your infrastructure with the new terminal, what other factors will allow Brasco to meet the increased demand for logistical support? We always had a very strong focus on attending customer service operations in the Santos basin, Campos and the southern border of the Espírito Santo basin. Our bases are strategically located to meet this demand, which will grow substantially in the coming years. And, by having private bases, we have more agility to move materials, loads and tugboats. We do not suffer from the problems that eventually affect public ports. Does the company have plans to build new bases in the Norte Fluminense or Espirito Santo? We are exploring all alternatives, including the Port of Acu and Espirito Santo. We are also studying the possibility of attending operators in Uruguay. Who are the clients of Brasco today? The principle IOCs: Statoil, Chevron, Total, Queiroz Galvão, Repsol, Anadarko and OGPar. What are the main opportunities and bottlenecks in offshore logistics in Brazil today? I see one of the problems as the long period spent without further bidding rounds for exploration blocks. Today, we feel the reflections that say; exploration activities will decrease markedly. But we believe that now, with the possibility of having another round in early 2015, in addition to the heating of the Equatorial Margin, we will have a resumption of offshore logistics operations. Is Brazil prepared to meet the increase in logistic operations offshore of the country? I can speak for Brasco. We are fully prepared. We have worked even in the most isolated regions of the country and we have always managed to mobilize quickly. Besides the infrastructure we already have in the bay of Guanabara, if necessary, we can operationalize a new base of support in a short time. Does the company plan to install bases in the Equatorial Margin? We are studying alternatives in Belém (PA), in Amapá and Ceará to meet the future demands. Because of the distance between the blocks, we are analyzing more than one base in the region. According to the chronogram of exploration activities, when do you believe that you will need to have a new base operating in the Margin? We believe that at the end of 2015. The market estimates that Petrobras will contract between 15 and 20 berths for support vessels by 2020. How do you evaluate this number? This can happen depending on future demand from Petrobras. From what we have seen of the bids and tenders underway, there is already a demand for approximately ten berths. But up till now this need has not materialized. These bids are relative to the Campos, Santos and Espirito Santo basins. Demands for the Equatorial Margin are not covered by these processes ... No. Who is acting more in the Margin are the IOCs, who have already begun informal consultations on the possibility of being attended in the region. Source: Global Energy (Energy Brazil) - RJ
piedro
11/7/2014
00:23
whoops read the update wrong
trytotakeiteasy
10/7/2014
22:55
Q2 numbers are now available for viewing. As suspected June figures are not pretty reading :( :( Piedro, interesting to see that Maersk Lins destination is Algeciras ES, 1st time I've seen this from RG, is this another new route? What are the MOVS numbers looking like for July? If it wasn't for 2 long stoppages already at RG I'd say July was very much on the up compared with June. Strange to have Bbc Parana docked for 4 days!! LOTM
last of the mohicans
09/7/2014
14:24
Hopefully rioting will not affect shipping ..... .... or the 'Real' ... Germany 7/Brazil 1, and they get the 3rd place
piedro
07/7/2014
07:45
The competition ... PRESS RELEASE Royal Boskalis Boskalis and SAAM begin joint towage operations in Americas 2 July 2014 Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) and SAAM S.A. (SAAM) have announced that they have successfully created a joint harbor towage operation within the American Continent in Brazil, Mexico, Canada and Panama. The intended partnership, which is between SMIT, a wholly owned subsidiary of Boskalis, and SAAM, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sociedad Matriz SAAM S.A. (SM SAAM), was previously announced in September 2013 and all conditions to form the joint venture have now been fulfilled. .... .... hxxp://hugin.info/130721/R/1809571/625223.pdf
piedro
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