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Lyndon Clark - Marine Pilot, discusses his experience, adblue shortage and more


published on 19 January 2022 158 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Any News". Originally published on 2022-01-18.
Lyndon Clark - Marine Pilot, responsible for conning some of the largest ships in the world and safely docking them into Sydney Harbour, familiar with risk analysis, hazard identification and critical decision making, will discuss his experiences over the past 2 years, and some other information regarding adblue, and some possible solutions to protect your families as well.
Sydney, Australia
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