Bawat CEO: "Unfortunate" if submission of ballast water data to IMO drags on

Manufacturer of ballast water systems Bawat joins Danish Maritime in leveling criticism against large shipping organizations' proposal to postpone the deadline for submitting ballast water data to the IMO. It is "unfortunate," the CEO tells ShippingWatch.

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It is unfortunate, discouraging and frustrating.

The CEO at Bawat, the Danish manufacturer of ballast water systems, says that it is "unfortunate" that several large shipping organizations push for a postponement of the due date for submitting ballast water data to the IMO.

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