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Hapag-Lloyd turning away from scrubbers as sulfur cap solution

While Hapag-Lloyd is still considering how the fleet of more than 200 vessels will comply with the global sulfur cap, CEO Rolf Habben Jansen virtually reveals the carrier's decision in an interview with ShippingWatch. "We are not leaning toward scrubbers," he says. However, LNG is a possibility.

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Another of the container sector's Top-5 carriers is approaching a final decision on how to ensure compliance with the global sulfur cap that is set to come into force in 2020.

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