Coronavirus could benefit ballast water supplier Bawat

The coronavirus could ultimately end up as an advantage, says the CEO of ballast water system manufacturer Bawat. It delays the market, which the supplier was late to enter. Another supplier has yet to feel the impact of the virus.

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Nothing is so bad that it isn't good for something, an old saying goes, and ballast water system manufacturer Bawat can currently confirm this.

Even though Bawat has most of its employees working from home due to the coronavirus outbreak, the virus could benefit the company, says CEO Marcus Hummer.

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