Two big container players chose low-sulfur bunker for 2020 deadline

One large container carrier and one big owner of feeder tonnage have announced low-sulfur bunker as their primary choice for complying with the 2020 sulfur cap. However, scrubbers may also be considered.

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The Japanese container merger ONE and the big buyer of feeder tonnage MPC Container Ships are both now publicizing their choice up to the global sulfur cap entering effect in 2020.

Both ONE and MPC Container Ships will select low-sulfur marine fuel as their primary choice for complying with the coming sulfur regulations when they are implemented globally in 2020.

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