JOHANNESBURG – South Africa’s Transnet will shut down its coal export line for 14 days of routine maintenance from July 11, the state-owned logistics firm said on Wednesday.
A total of 230,000 tonnes of coal per day is transported on the line, the company said.
Transnet on Monday reported a slight rise in full-year revenue but said coal export volumes fell by 5.5 percent to 72.1 million tonnes.(Reuters)
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