New Coronavirus (new COVID-19) Outbreak and Recent Practices at Turkish ports
A correspondent Metropole Maritime and Trading LTD. CO. has provided the following update regarding recent practices at Turkish ports.
Further to our circular dated 04.03.2020 in respect of the new COVID-19 outbreak and recent practices at Turkish ports, we would like to inform yourselves as in the following regarding the latest status as of 11.03.2020:
The full update can be downloaded at the above link.
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