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In recent months, Ardent has tried to narrow its focus and concentrate on salvage and wreck removals. Last autumn, it was taken over by alternative finance fund Aurelius
About 3,500 tonnes of cargo has so far been removed from the stricken iron ore vessel
Svitzer’s Kasper Nilaus believes new technologies will be retrofitted to existing tugs but warns that reliability, financing, and the loyalty of his personnel will push autonomous tugs beyond 2025.
It was not immediately clear whether further consolidation may follow involving other parts of Ardent’s operations
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said the suspension would not apply to economic sectors deemed ‘strategic’ or that ‘form part of a global supply chain’
The vessel remains stable, while underwater inspections are being conducted to examine the hull condition
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