Shipowners must hold crewing agents accountable
- Wednesday 30 May 2012, 15:33
SHIPOWNERS are being urged to hold crewing agents more accountable as crew standards face increased scrutiny.With shipboard crewing levels at a bare minimum in some cases as owners look to reduce operational costs and onboard technological challenges increase, Norwegian insurer and P&I...
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