Højgaard says "a few rotten apples" have cast unfair doubt on crew changes

Anglo-Eastern's CEO, Bjørn Højgaard, is annoyed that a few rotten apples have led to stricter rules for crew changes being imposed in several places throughout Asia. He urges people to support the many stranded seafarers.

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Bjørn Højgaard, chief executive of ship management company Anglo-Eastern, thinks a few rotten apples have led to crew change rules being tightened in several places in Asia.

Both Hong Kong and Singapore have recently introduced new requirements for seafarers signing on and off vessels.

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