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Is Alang on the cusp of transformation?

Lloyd's List was granted exclusive access to the world's largest ship scrapyards in Alang, India. While progress has been made in bringing health and safety standards in line with the Hong Kong Convention at many Indian ship scrapping yards, with lives still being lost there is much more to do

Once openly hostile towards environmental standards in the Hong Kong Convention, attitudes at Alang are changing with 61 of the 120 yards operating under its guidelines

 
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