Scrubbers have split the chartering market into two tiers

The price difference between chartering a container ship equipped with a scrubber and chartering one without one is now so big that analyst firm Alphaliner describes the market as being split into two tiers.

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The charter market for container ships has split into a two tiers with scrubber-fitted vessels fetching much higher rates than non-scrubber-fitted vessels.

In its most recent newsletter, Alphaliner highlights two different charter contracts to illustrate the point.

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