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Maersk Line is prepared for bad bunker

Maersk Line has procedures in place to avoid being impacted by the widespread issue of contaminated bunker which has plagued several shipping companies recently.

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Maersk Line, the world's largest container carrier, has taken the necessary precautions to protect itself against the growing issue with spoiled bunker, which has plagued the shipping industry since the spring.

None of the carrier's more than 600 vessels have been impacted by the issue, says a spokesperson to ShippingWatch.

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