Wrist Ship Supply is busy getting supplies out to stranded seafarers

Wrist Ship Supply is working hard to deliver supplies to crews that are stranded on board ships due to the coronavirus. Several goods have increased in price, CEO tells ShippingWatch.

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Ship supply company Wrist Ship Supply is currently busy delivering food and other necessities to the many seafarers that are stranded on commercial vessels due to the coronavirus.

Travel restrictions in ports across the globe mean that crews have had their stays on ships extended far beyond what is usual.

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