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During this last week, ShippingWatch has reported on a confidential Maersk plan aiming to alter wages and labor conditions for its ship crews. In Norway, Fredriksen has acquired a taste for buying up tanker ships, and Danish Hafnia – unlike its rivals – turned a profit off product tanker.

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Confidential Maersk plan to slash wages for ship crews

The week began with Maersk's new Head of Marine HR stated that the company ship crew wages are too high. ShippingWatch has since revealed that a carefully concocted plan underpinned the statements.

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