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43 Esben Poulsson, International Chamber of Shipping

Trade groups like the ICS have not made the progress they hoped for in resolving the crew change crisis; but the pandemic has brought them together in ways that will help shipping in its future challenges.

Speaking out for stranded seafarers has been the International Chamber of Shipping’s main concern in 2020; but decarbonisation, the Mediterranean migrant crisis, and fights against protectionism and Gulf of Guinea piracy will keep the shipowners’ club and its chairman busy for a long time yet

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