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Erratum : Increasing ship operational reliability through the implementation of a holistic maintenance management strategy (vol 5, pg 337, 2010)

Lazakis, I. and Turan, O. and Aksu, S. and Incecik, A. (2011) Erratum : Increasing ship operational reliability through the implementation of a holistic maintenance management strategy (vol 5, pg 337, 2010). Ships and Offshore Structures, 6 (1-2). p. 175. ISSN 1754-212X

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The article above, which was published in Ships and Offshore Structures volume 5, issue 4 (pp. 337–357), was published without Attila Incecik in the list of authors. The correct list of authors and their affiliations appears above. The publisher would like to apologise for this oversight.