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Old rule impedes Maersk's plans for re-flagging

Maersk Line has examined the possibility of re-flagging part of Hamburg Süd's fleet of 48 owned container ships. The plan was for some of the vessels to be flagged in Denmark, but an old rule might obstruct this intention.

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The solution to one shipping climate challenge could exacerbate another

The upcoming global sulfur directive is designed to solve a pollution issue, but the regulations look set to significantly exacerbate another problem. "It's not free for the environment," says a bunker consultant. It is the price that has to be paid to reduce sulfur emissions, says supplier Haldor Topsøe.

New shipping fund buys first container ships

Investment company Navigare Capital Partners has acquired three container ships for its shipping fund. The company invests money for three Danish pension funds and the Maersk family.

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