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Presenting the shipowners' agenda for 2015

Environmental issues, piracy, refugees and numerous other topics will characterize the Danish Shipowners' Association's agenda in Brussels in 2015. Read on to learn more about the Danish shipowners' EU agenda for the coming year.

From ships' emissions to people working on the ships, to people attacking the ships. A long list of issues touching on everything that surrounds the EU fleet will characterize the Danish Shipowners' Association's work in Brussels in the coming year. The environment and the climate, safety, bureaucracy, piracy, refugees and seafarers' rights feature on the agenda when work resumes in the new year, Simon Bergulf, head of the Danish Shipowners' Association's Brussels office and new member of the association's executive management team, tells ShippingWatch.

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