Business Continues THANKS To Global Maritime

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John Haynes AFNI FRINA

We know that many people in professional maritime sectors have to keep working around other people on vessels and in ports to maintain global trade and security - THANK YOU ALL

In this challenging time we want to express our hope that you, your family, friends and colleagues are safe from harm. Mariners know that the storm will pass and the dawn will come.

We are closely following the impact that COVID-19 is having on the maritime community and the businesses that support them onshore. We understand that many are experiencing new and unexpected challenges during this difficult time and we are committed to providing as much support as possible.

Slowing the global business engine down is inevitable. Getting world health under control is the priority. How quickly we pick up momentum after this will be critical to ensuring economic stability for individuals, organisations, companies and countries.

It is business as usual for HYBRID MARINE as we continue to operate digitally. We have a global network of maritime and technical expertise. By nature we are Fast & Flexible - our speciality is clearly defining problems and helping to provide solutions.



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