European shipowners propose 16 low-hanging fruits

The European Community Shipowners' Association, ECSA, presents a list of 16 proposals for the EU Commission's new maritime strategy. This is not a wish list, but rather 16 proposals that could be implemented fairly easily, say the shipowners. Find the complete proposal here.

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The shipowners gathered in the European Community Shipowners' Association, ECSA, have presented the EU's Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc, with 16 concrete proposals that the association feels the Commissioner should include in her new maritime strategy.

The ECSA, which will welcome DFDS CEO Niels Smedegaard as its new chairman at the turn of the year, points out to Violeta Bulc that the list contains 16 suggestions that can be implemented fairly easily. And this is better than an extensive wish list, reasons the Brussels-based ECSA.

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