Rio Tinto distances itself from mining giants’ fleet expansions

ANGLO-Australian Rio Tinto has distanced itself from other mining giants’ huge fleet expansion plans, insisting that despite 15 newbuildings scheduled for delivery over the next two years its own vessels will only account for a small percentage of its shipping needs.Speaking at a BIMCO...

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