Corona and crew changes have been a costly affair for Anglo-Eastern

In an interview with ShippingWatch, Anglo-Eastern CEO Bjørn Højgaard looks back on 2020 and elaborates on the impact of Covid-19 on seafarers and Anglo-Eastern's finances. So far, total costs come to USD 20 million.

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While Hong Kong is in the middle of its fourth wave of Covid-19 outbreaks, Anglo-Eastern CEO Bjørn Højgaard is very pleased that the company's headquarters with its 550 staff has had no cases during all of 2020.

Anglo-Eastern's HQ office has been organized into 50/50 bubbles where one half works in the office and the other at home.

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