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Shipcraft: Difficult time for hostages and loved ones

We can only imagine the magnitude of difficulties the hostages and their loved ones at home must be going through, says CEO Claus Bech, Shipcraft, in a brief statement on Thursday.

"Two years anniversary of inhuman captivity in Somalia is soon the sad reality for our poor colleagues. We recognize the magnitude of the difficulties that they and their loved ones at home must be going throughm" says CEO Claus Bech, Shipcraft, in a brief statement on the company's website on Thursday.

The company will soon be in its third year of trying to free the six crewmembers that were taken hostage on January 12th, 2011.

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