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Shipping heavyweights join forces to solve crisis of stranded seafarers

More than 300 companies and organizations join forces in an initiative aimed at solving the crisis of stranded seafarers as quickly as possible. V.Group, BP, Cargill, BW Group and Trafigura are just some of the names involved, along with major shipping lines such as Maersk, Hapag-Lloyd, MSC, Cosco, ONE and CMA CGM.

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Major players in the shipping sector such as Cargill, Trafigura, V.Group, Maersk and Cosco are looking to resolve the massive problems related to crew changes during the coronavirus pandemic.

More than 300 different companies and organizations have now signed a declaration to improve conditions surrounding crew changes, according to a statement.

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