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The world’s oceans are sources of prosperity and economic vitality: as much as 90% of intercontinental trade is moved by sea. In the sea, people find food, energy and enormous reserves of raw materials. The merchant fleets are continuing to grow and, with them, the economic centres on the coasts. At the same time, this maritime traffic, the peaceful utilization of the sea, and the coastal regions are exposed to a diversity of growing dangers. Besides the usual hazards of navigation, other threats – such as terrorism, piracy, smuggling and human trafficking – are also on the rise. The oceans must be made safer for us all.

The world’s oceans are sources of prosperity and economic vitality: as much as 90% of intercontinental trade is moved by sea. In the sea, people find food, energy and enormous reserves of raw materials. The merchant fleets are continuing to grow and, with them, the economic centres on the coasts. At the same time, this maritime traffic, the peaceful utilization of the sea, and the coastal regions are exposed to a diversity of growing dangers. Besides the usual hazards of navigation, other threats – such as terrorism, piracy, smuggling and human trafficking – are also on the rise. The oceans must be made safer for us all.

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The world’s oceans are sources of prosperity and economic vitality: as much as 90% of intercontinental trade is moved by sea. In the sea, people find food, energy and enormous reserves of raw materials. The merchant fleets are continuing to grow and, with them, the economic centres on the coasts. At the same time, this maritime traffic, the peaceful utilization of the sea, and the coastal regions are exposed to a diversity of growing dangers. Besides the usual hazards of navigation, other threats – such as terrorism, piracy, smuggling and human trafficking – are also on the rise. The oceans must be made safer for us all.

The world’s oceans are sources of prosperity and economic vitality: as much as 90% of intercontinental trade is moved by sea. In the sea, people find food, energy and enormous reserves of raw materials. The merchant fleets are continuing to grow and, with them, the economic centres on the coasts. At the same time, this maritime traffic, the peaceful utilization of the sea, and the coastal regions are exposed to a diversity of growing dangers. Besides the usual hazards of navigation, other threats – such as terrorism, piracy, smuggling and human trafficking – are also on the rise. The oceans must be made safer for us all.

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The world’s oceans are sources of prosperity and economic vitality: as much as 90% of intercontinental trade is moved by sea. In the sea, people find food, energy and enormous reserves of raw materials. The merchant fleets are continuing to grow and, with them, the economic centres on the coasts.

At the same time, this maritime traffic, the peaceful utilization of the sea, and the coastal regions are exposed to a diversity of growing dangers. Besides the usual hazards of navigation, other threats – such as terrorism, piracy, smuggling and human trafficking – are also on the rise. The oceans must be made safer for us all.

For over 100 years, new opportunities and markets have represented a daily challenge for us. We continue to pursue our goal of being successful all over the globe, leading in the existing markets, and constantly capturing new ones. 

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The world’s oceans are sources of prosperity and economic vitality: as much as 90% of intercontinental trade is moved by sea. In the sea, people find food, energy and enormous reserves of raw materials. The merchant fleets are continuing to grow and, with them, the economic centres on the coasts.

At the same time, this maritime traffic, the peaceful utilization of the sea, and the coastal regions are exposed to a diversity of growing dangers. Besides the usual hazards of navigation, other threats – such as terrorism, piracy, smuggling and human trafficking – are also on the rise. The oceans must be made safer for us all.

For over 100 years, new opportunities and markets have represented a daily challenge for us. We continue to pursue our goal of being successful all over the globe, leading in the existing markets, and constantly capturing new ones. 

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The world’s oceans are sources of prosperity and economic vitality: as much as 90% of intercontinental trade is moved by sea. In the sea, people find food, energy and enormous reserves of raw materials. The merchant fleets are continuing to grow and, with them, the economic centres on the coasts.

At the same time, this maritime traffic, the peaceful utilization of the sea, and the coastal regions are exposed to a diversity of growing dangers. Besides the usual hazards of navigation, other threats – such as terrorism, piracy, smuggling and human trafficking – are also on the rise. The oceans must be made safer for us all.

For over 100 years, new opportunities and markets have represented a daily challenge for us. We continue to pursue our goal of being successful all over the globe, leading in the existing markets, and constantly capturing new ones. 

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