MAN: Shipping companies' customers positive toward slow steaming

MAN Diesel & Turbo has conduted a survey to investigate the approach to slow steaming among 149 container- and bulk shipping companies. According to MAN, one of the conclusions is that the shipping companies' customers generally share a positive approach to slow steaming.

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In late 2011, MAN Diesel & Turbo conducted a web survey among more than 200 representatives of the global container and bulk shipping industry. Of these, 149 had implemented slow steaming, and according to MAN Diesel & Turbo, the majority of these shipping companies have received positive feedback from their customers about their plans to implement slow steaming.

This is the conclusion of the report published by MAN Diesel & Turbo based on the survey of the shipping companies.

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