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The Estonian company owes almost US$1 million in back wages to crews

   ITF assists abandoned UMM crews around Europe and North Africa

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mardi 24 mai 2011
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citations de l'article provenant de : Safety4Sea


The ITF is continuing to assist crews of United Marine Management-managed ships left stranded around Europe and North Africa. The Estonian company owes almost US$1 million in back wages to crews of eight ships abandoned in Spain, Turkey, France and Latvia without pay, food, water or fuel.

Andrey Chernov, of the ITF maritime operations action team, reports that : “The situation on board these ships is getting worse every day. Most ships are now running out of food.” The Golf, stranded in Bilbao, Spain since January, is now running out of fuel and the crew will not be able to cook or charge their mobile phones, he says. The crew of the Argo, stranded in Riga, Latvia, have already been without electricity for several days. Crewmembers on the Agat in Algeria and the Lena in Sete, France need urgent medical treatment.

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