Shipcraft fights back against Shipowners' Association

The night between Thursday and Friday, Shipcraft published an email correspondence that has been kept classified till now, which, according to the shipping company, shows that the Shipowners' Association of 2010 has been kept up to date on the general developments in the hostage situation.

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In an open letter to the boardmembers of the Shipowners' Association of 2010, Shipcraft calls for an explanation regarding why the association excluded the shipping company on April 30th, on the same day the six hostages from M/V Leopard were released. So far, the association has refused to comment on the specific reasons for the exclusion.

At the same time, Shipcraft has published email correspondence that, according to Shipcraft, shows that the Shipowners' Association of 2010 was kept up to date about general developments in the hostage case.

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