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OSM Maritime postpones crew changes for Indian seafarers

Ship manager OSM Maritime, like several other ship managers, halts crew changes for the company's Indian seafarers to avoid any infection on board, the company tells ShippingWatch.

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OSM Maritime, with a pool of approximately 1,000 Indian seafarers, follows suit with several other ship management companies and pauses crew changes for its Indian seafarers.

Peter Burkal, Managing Director OSM Maritime Crew at OSM Maritime Group, tells ShippingWatch that the pause is expected to last until the end of this month, when the company will re-evaluate the situation.

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