In May 2011, a Great Lakes ore carrier
was renamed the Hon.
And so began a protracted legal case which came to a head last weekend, when a Chinese court ordered the seizure of an iron ore carrier
owned by the successor to the original Japanese company in compensation for the loss of the two Chinese vessels.
Buyers who paid up to around $100 million for a 180,000 dwt Capesize ore carrier
at the top of the market would need a daily charter rate of $44,000-$45,000 to break even, still well above current rates.
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Global Banking News-July 20, 2011--Vale Brasil the world's largest ore carrier
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Yesterday we were on a Chinese ore carrier
, filming the ore being put on the carrier.
In 1956, the 30,000-ton ore carrier
Leader was the largest of her type in the world.
For the transportation services, Nippon Yusen said it plans to use a 300,000-ton ore carrier
that will be completed in 2011 by Nantong Cosco KHI Ship Engineering Co.
When the ore carrier
dropped to the bottom of Lake Superior during a storm on the evening of Nov.
In June 2000 a mercury spill occurred aboard an iron ore carrier
in an unventilated steel storage compartment measuring approximately 10 ft x 10 ft x 30 ft.
A Singapore ore carrier
sailing nearby found the crew drifting in a lifeboat and rescued them by 5:30 a.
Two other seamen from the Irish bulk ore carrier
were taken 150 miles for treatment at a specialist Royal Navy decompression unit in Plymouth, Devon.