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Alexander Saverys on climate: "Let's be honest. We are not prepared"

Alexander Saverys, member of the Belgian shipping family Saverys, which controls Euronav and Exmar, says that the climate issues represent an existential threat to the sector. A solution is still far off, he tells ShippingWatch.

Alexander Saverys is CEO of CMB, which is owned by the Saverys family. The family has a long history of shipping. | Photo: PR / CMB

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Alexander Saverys, part of the Belgian shipping family Saverys and CEO of the more than 200-year-old group Compagnie Maritime Belge, CMB, says that the world's push to decarbonize may pose an existential threat to shipping.

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