Maersk changes crew in Panama - but situation is still not tenable

Two crew changes have been performed in one week in Panama, and the discharged seafarers have been sent towards home. Maersk is behind one, but the company says that "the situation as it stands is not tenable." See photos in article.

Photo: Maersk - PR

While several thousand seafarers remain stranded at sea, things are starting to look slightly better for seafarers in the area around Panama, a main hub for shipping.

Here crew changes have been completed on two ships in the past week, one of which belongs to Maersk, says the company in a press release.

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