Rabat – Morocco ranked second place among countries exporting goods to the Rio Grande Port in Southern Brazil, in the period from January through July 2015, according to the Huffpost Maghreb, citing Brazilian sources.The administration of Rio Grande Port conducted an investigation on the origin of imports and found that Russia and Morocco topped the international exporters respectively.During seven months, the two countries together exported around one million tons of goods. Russia was top on the list of largest exporters with 438,196 tons of goods unloaded in Brazil, followed by Morocco (340,390), US (331,133) Argentina(311,795), Qatar (229,984), China (196,862) and Lithuania (155,495) tons.The study also revealed that the main Moroccan products exported were phosphate accounting more than 975,000 tons, followed by petrochemical products such as fuels and chemicals totaling over 200,000 tons.According to the same source, the imports unloaded at the Rio Grande port during this period totaled 3,345,177 tons.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission.
CSA Global announced today an investment in and partnership with industry-leading geophysical consulting group Southern Geoscience Consultants (SGC).The investment and partnership align with CSA Global’s strategy to diversify and broaden the firm’s technical capabilities across the mining value chain.As part of the agreement, Managing Director, Jeff Elliott will join SGC’s Board to assist with integration and to help identify and evaluate growth opportunities.Since its inception in 1985, SGC has provided geophysical services to thousands of Australian and overseas companies, both listed and unlisted, as well as government agencies including AusAID and the United Nations.SGC has been instrumental in many mineral discoveries in Australia, Africa, and Russia, and has contributed to exploration success on numerous projects across the globe.Mr Elliott stated: “I am very happy that our two companies are collaborating to pursue efficiencies and expansion. We have a common history and share very similar business cultures and values. SGC’s reputation for geophysical consulting services is first class, and we look forward to working together and realising benefits from integrating our services.”SGC’s Managing Director, David Chapman, commented: “The partnership between CSA Global and SGC is an exciting development. Both companies are highly respected within Australia and internationally for their technical services and are now collaborating to bring a broader capability and greater value to projects at all stages; from exploration to extraction. We welcome Jeff to the Board of SGC, and we look forward to working with him and the CSA Global team.”