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Week in charts: Sanctioned Russian ships unload in Italy | Nearshoring and low newbuilding orderbook to benefit ro-ro sector | Vehicle carriers divert from Baltimore

Exemptions on some cargo has led to blacklisted ships calling at EU ports, plus the ro-ro sector will be boosted by nearshoring plans and a low newbuilding orderbook

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