Container giants unveil prices on more expensive fuels

Maersk, ONE and Hapag-Lloyd have started bunkering their first low-sulfur fuel oil. ShippingWatch has spoken to the three liner majors about the price differential from heavy fuel and communications to customers.

Photo: PR / Hapag-Lloyd


With only two months left until the IMO's sulfur regulations come into force, shipping companies across the world are starting to bunker low-sulfur fuel in the tanks of their fleets.

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