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Safety at Sea Survey of the Month

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Our Commodities at Sea #IronOre trade flow intelligence shows Chinese #imports for September will be above 90mt for the third consecutive month. Read more in our recent blog: https://t.co/oVMFiAEpVp

Shout out to all #seafarers - please spare a few minutes to take this month's Safety at Sea crew survey on healthcare: https://t.co/kWp35EE05B #seafarerwellbeing @SafetyatSeaMag

"As #shipping goes through tectonic shifts, #safety must overarch commercial aspects and focus be given to the importance of the human element". Arun Sharma, Executive chairman, @irclass, discusses the human element in #maritime safety. read on: https://t.co/IF8wTRcDGL