ONE's decision to not install scrubbers proved costly in start of 2020

As the only one among the world's largest container lines, Japan's ONE has initially decided to not install scrubbers as a solution to ensure compliance with the sulfur requirements. This proved expensive for the shipping line at the start of the year, Alphaliner notes.

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It has proven costly for Japan's ONE at the start of the year that the container line initially chose not to install scrubbers on its vessels, writes Alphaliner.

Last week, ONE presented its interim report for the most recent quarter, stating expectations that the first quarter of 2020 would see a net loss of USD 49 million.

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