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Talks held to stamp out cargo declaration abuses

Exclusive: The heads of major container lines are in talks about the need for a new safety agency, or extended powers for an existing organisation, to set industry-wide standards on cargo declarations and aim to stamp out practices that place ships and their crews in jeopardy

The blaze on the 15,000 teu Maersk Honam in March that left five seafarers dead shocked the entire shipping world and was a call to arms for industry leaders

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