Maersk Line welcomes the fact that local legislation concerning the use of low sulfur fuel for ships that call in the Port of Hong Kong could be in the pipeline. That would ensure equal terms for all shipping companies, instead of punishing shipowners who lead the way by using cleaner fuel, says Mads Stensen, Global Advisor, Maersk Line's Department for CSR and Environment.
That is why it is important to Maersk Line that something happens during the next year, in which Maersk Line's - as well as 17 other companies' - agreements are effective.
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