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Crew repatriation dilemma drives supply chain planning

The greatest threat to the global supply chain is inability to transfer crews to and from their ships. Fatigue and worry are safety concerns. Maritime, aviation and health experts are seeking an answer

A UN Global Compact webinar identified immediate threats to the supply chain, showing that changes to the way of working will continue beyond the pandemic

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