Seatrade appealing illegal scrapping verdict

Dutch Seatrade will appeal the verdict which found the company and two directors guilty of illegal scrapping in March, reveals the carrier to ShippingWatch.

Dutch reefer carrier Seatrade has opted to appeal a notable verdict issued against the company and two directors in March, reveals a spokesperson from the company to ShippingWatch.

Seatrade and the directors prompted headlines last month when a court in Rotterdam issued fines of between EUR 50,000 and EUR 750,000 for violation of EU law by scrapping four vessels in India. The carrier has maintained that it disagrees with the ruling and immediately revised the documents when the verdict was issued.

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