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North Korean forced labor built hull on an Esvagt ship

The hull on one of Esvagt's vessels was partially built by North Korean forced labor, shows a report. The carrier's CEO is shocked.

Photo: Esvagt

In August 2016, carrier Esvagt took delivery of a new vessel.

It has now emerged that 19 North Korean forced labor workers contributed to the construction of this ship, reports Danish media Berlingske, based on documents to which the media has gained access via media Vice in Germany.

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