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Salvage, a necessity and an afterthought?

In the first four months of 2019, incidents at sea seem to have dominated attention with high profile cases, including raging fires on container ships reminding of the significance of salvage operations. With bigger ships coming in as some of the problems of the past persist, how is the salvage industry coping with the task at hand?

The salvage industry opens up on what has changed — and what has not — as ships get bigger

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