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=170,000 Tons Iron Ore Haul from W Australia to China at $6.10=
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<Western Australia - China>

<>Rio Tinto has voyage-chartered the Ariadne (built in 2009) at $6.30/ton, effective from Dec 16-20, to load 170,000 tons of iron ore in Western Australia for Qingdao, China. There are provisions for daily stevedorings to meet the loading on a specified scale and the unloading of 30,000 tons.

<>An unidentified company has voyage-chartered the Mangas (built in 2011) at $6.10/ton, effective from Dec 17-21, to load 170,000 tons of iron ore at Dampier, Western Australia for Qingdao, China. There are provisions for daily stevedorings to meet the loading on a specified scale and the unloading of 30,000 tons.

<South Australia - China>
<>Arrium has voyage-chartered a Golden Ocean vessel at $8.90/ton, effective from Dec 25-31, to load 170,000 tons of iron ore at Whyalla, South Australia for Qingdao, China. There are provisions for daily stevedorings to meet the loading on a specified scale and the unloading of 30,000 tons.

<South Africa - Germany>
<>Salzgitter has voyage-chartered a Nippon Yusen vessel at $6.25/ton, effective from Jan 1-15, to load 130,000 tons of iron ore on Saldanha Bay, South Africa for Hamburg, Germany. There are provisions for daily stevedorings to finish loading and unloadng in a total of six days.

<South Africa - Netherlands>
<>E. ON has voyage-chartered a vessel at $6.75/ton, effective from Dec 15-24, to load 150,000 tons of coal on Richards Bay, South Africa for Rotterdam, Netherlands. There are provisions for daily stevedorings to meet the loading on a specified scale and the unloading of 30,000 tons.

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<Spain - West Africa>

<>Cargill time-chartered the 56,892-DWT H-G Baelow (built in 2011) at $12,000/day from Dec 7-8 for delivery at Carboneras, Spain and redelivery in West Africa.
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