Danish Shipping is unperturbed by the thousands of vessels worldwide that have yet to install a ballast water system in order to live up to the rules that form part of what the organization describes as "the convention from hell."
With only a few years remaining before the deadline in the fall of 2024, several shipping stakeholders have already pointed out the challenges and possible bottleneck situations when vessels need to stop by a shipyard to install a system to handle ballast water. Next year already promises to be busy with a considerable increase in the number of installations to be expected.
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