MaritimeNews ® 13-Фев-2018 17:40
Illustration; Image Courtesy: NGO Shipbreaking Platform
The Dutch Public Prosecution Service has brought criminal charges against Groningen-based owner Seatrade for having sold vessels to scrap yards in countries with poor working conditions and substandard environmental practices.
The case is being heard in a Rotterdam Court this week, and the Dutch Public Prosecutor calls for a fine worth EUR 2.35 million (USD 2.9 million) and confiscation of the profits Seatrade made on the illegal sale of four ships.
The prosecution is also calling for six-month prison sentence for three of Seatrade’s top executives.
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-Source: worldmaritimenews.com
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