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Rio Tinto sets iron ore guidance for 2018

Record iron ore shipments in the final quarter helped miner hit export targets 

Canada Australia

Containership rates boosted ahead of Asian holiday demand

But rising capacity growth of around 5.9% over the year could put a damper on rates and earnings
International Containers

Rotterdam port sees reported maritime safety incidents fall 18%

Authorities attribute lower safety incidents reported to ramped up investment in navigational facilities
Europe Netherlands

Danish shipping companies fear cyber-attack threat

Survey by Danish Shipping reveals owners are worried about hacking and employee conduct as biggest cyber threats

Denmark Safety

Data Hub: Trade Statistics

Improved global trade boosts Asian exports

Asia Pacific Middle East and Africa

Weaker demand starts to bite dry bulk

Maritime Strategies International forecasts a sharp drop in capesize earnings in the short term

Dry Bulk Ship operations

Two more tankers named in Shell Bukom investigation

Vessels named in charges brought against three people for alleged involvement in refinery oil thefts

Asia Pacific Singapore

Sanchi sinking sparks pollution clean-up

Oil slick 10 km long and 1 km wide found after the tanker sank with 29 crew members still not found

Asia Pacific China

Evergreen Marine launches fleet expansion plan

Two subsidiaries will order and charter a total of 20 11,000 teu containerships

Asia Pacific Taiwan
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