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93 Yntze Buitenwerf, Seatrade

Seatrade's chief executive Yntze Buitenwerf may not look back on 2018 so fondly after the reefer operator was subjected to a high-profile scrapping conviction, but a hefty newbuilding programme promises a fruitful future

Head of Seatrade has plans to add to the 20-strong reefer-heavy containerships under its 2020 fleet renewal programme
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