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Tramp Freight Market for Bulk Cargoes is Flat with Weak Sentiment
= 170,000 Tons Iron Ore Haul from Western Australia to China at $3.95 =
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<Western Australia - China>

<>Classic Maritime has voyage-chartered ta CCL Vessel at $3.95/ton, effective from Aug 19-24, 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.

<>Rio Tinto has voyage-chartered a CCL Vessel at $3.80/ton, effective from August 19-20, 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.

<Brazil - China>
<>Oldendorff has voyage-chartered a CCL Vessel owned by RWE at $8.95/ ton, effective from August 14-19, to load 170,000 tons of iron ore at Tubarao, Brazil 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- China>
<>Adani has voyage-chartered a CCL Vessel at $ 6.85/ ton, effective from August 5-17, to load 160,000 tons of iron ore at Saldanha Bay, South Africa for Qingdao, China. There are provisions for daily stevedorings to meet the loading of 60,000 tons and the unloading of 30,000 tons.

<Norway - Persian Gulf>
<>Cargilll has has time-chartered the 169,232-DWT Golden Feng (built in 2009) at $12,200/day, effective from August 12-14, for delivery in Baltiysk, Norway, and redelivery in Persian Gulf via Narvik, Norway.

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<Philippines - China>

<>An unidentified company has time-chartered the 63,500-DWT Dominique Venture (built in 2015) at $8,300/day, effective from August 6-7, for delivery in Xiamen, China, and redelivery in China via Philippines. Dominique Venture is supposed to haul nickel ore.
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