Unathorized Workers on Concordia

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Friday, November 08, 2013
Photo: The parbuckling project

Titan Micoperi Consortium communicates that early this morning four unauthorized people have been noticed on board the Concordia. They were identified through the surveillance video system as operators of Titan Salvage and notified to local police.

The company has taken immediate action to remove workers from the project.

Titan Micoperi underlines how the surveillance system in place has worked effectively, with a rapid individuation of unauthorized personnel and the immediate involvement of authorities.

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