Stay home – stay connected with IBJ
(Posted on 09/04/20)
IBJ is doing its best to keep the global bulk shipping and cargo handling industry connected as the coronavirus pandemic affects everyone in our professional and personal lives
Staying safe is a top priority for us on IBJ and we hope that you, your colleagues and loved ones are safe and sound.
The IBJ team are all working from home. However, we are doing our best to keep to business as usual, as we want to keep you in touch with important developments in the maritime bulk world.
Therefore, without any disruption, you will be receive your IBJ e-newsletter as usual, which connects in to all of the news on the IBJ website.
Please let your colleagues know that they can subscribe for free at the bottom of our homepage www.ibj-online.com
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