‘MOL Comfort’ investigation taking longer than expected

The result of ClassNK’s investigation into the break-up and sinking of the ‘MOL Comfort’ is not now expected until end-October 2013

ClassNK executive vice president Toshitomo Matsui has announced that the Tokyo-based classification society’s casualty analysis and investigation into the ‘MOL Comfort’ sinking will take longer than initially expected.

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