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Vale to Sell 11 Giant Valemax Carriers

by Azimuth Support Team on 12/22/15

Brazil’s Vale SA said on Friday that it plans to sell its 11 remaining 380 to 400,000 Ton Deadweight Valemax iron ore carriers for about $110 million each and lease them back in transactions that could raise $1.1 billion.

  This is part of the cost cutting that has become an urgent matter for Vale as iron ore fell below $40 per ton for the first time since spot-market pricing was implemented for major customers in 2008.

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