Anglo-Eastern CEO calls treatment of seafarers "absolutely shameful"

Nothing seems to indicate that the crew change crisis is nearing a resolution, according to Bjørn Højgaard. He calls the treatment of seafarers "absolutely shameful".

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The crew change crisis is getting worse, not better, says Angle-Eastern CEO Bjørn Højgaard, who has written a notable post on Linkedin.

In the post, Højgaard asks why the industry as a whole has spent such little effort on the ongoing crisis with seafarers stuck on board vessels far too long with no possibility of disembarking.

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