Declining revenues raise concern over viability of salvage industry
Wreck removal income rather than emergency salvage work for once blamed for sector’s collapsing revenues, prompting International Salvage Union to sound the alarm
International Salvage Union members reported a total of $98m in revenue from just 52 wreck removal jobs last year, in contrast to a haul of $284m from 101 such services in 2019
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