Successful crew change comes from years of hard graft
Transferring seafarers from their ship to the airport in Europe requires regular communication with immigration authorities and never giving up, says Boers Crew Services director Hans Boers
No one is listening to calls for seafarers to be seen as key workers, Hans Boers believes. The best way to get seafarers back home is to dig into many years of crew-change experience
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