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SPC warns against 'bloated' Sea Services Agreement

DEFA is keen to have more input on the document

The managing director of the Steam Packet Company says it's important the Sea Services User Agreement doesn't become 'bloated'.

Brian Thomson's comments come after the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture told a Tynwald committee it wants more input into the agreement.

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The document, which was put in place in 2019 after the ferry operator was purchased by government, sets out what the Steam Packet is required to provide.

DEFA said it would like more input as part of its role supporting food producers but Mr Thomson disagrees:

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