Crewing agency in Crimea: Seafarers still want to make money

Danish-led crewing agency Danica Maritime has barely felt anything from the dispute between Russia and the Ukraine. Business is going as it should, says CEO.

One of Danica Maritime's offices may well be Russian now instead of Ukrainian, and there were certainly fewer attendees at the recruitment conference the agency participates in every year, due to the tensions between Russia and the Ukraine. Still, Henrik Jensen, CEO of Danica Maritime, tell ShippingWatch that the company has yet to feel the crisis.

"The entire infrastructure with planes and trains is still running, seafarers are still setting out, and they still want to make money," he says, adding:

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