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Australia: Crew of a ship owned by Greek co. Evalend at BHP terminal allegedly underpaid and neglected

A recent media report published by the World Maritime News (linked below) claims that crew aboard Liberian-flagged ship Villa Deste owned by the Greek company, Evalend Shipping Company S.A., were neglected, with limited food, and underpaid whilst berthed at a BHP terminal in Queensland, Australia. 

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Evalend Shipping & BHP to respond to these allegations. The companies' responses are also linked below.

Company Responses

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