Wallem on postponed crew changes: "Does not get anymore severe"

Frank Coles, CEO of Wallem Group, thinks it is crucial that ships be allowed to change their crews if global trade is to continue undisrupted. He strongly disagrees with a competitor urging seafarers to stay home.

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One of the world's leading ship management companies joins the choir of those who believe seafarers should be allowed to travel freely, so that commercial vessels can have their crews changed.

In a response to ShippingWatch, Frank Coles, chief executive of Wallem Group, writes that crew changes are essential to keeping global trade running during the corona crisis.

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