Black Sea/Azov Sea, Russia - Updates
The UK Club has received the attached loss prevention circulars from Axis Ltd, regarding recent developments in the Black Sea and Azov Sea regions.
If you have any questions on the attachments, please do not hesitate to get in touch with your usual contact at the UK Club who will be pleased to assist you.
34918 - Bunkers_-_delays_at_bunker_calls 114 KB
34919 - Bunkers_-_problem_of_low_density_fuel_oil 165 KB
34920 - Delays_after_loading_grain_in_Russia 237 KB
34921 - Delays_at_Kerch_Strait 178 KB
34922 - Steel_at_Novorossiysk_-_risk_of_chloride_contamination_onboard 587 KB
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