Scrubbers and tank cleanings weigh down MPC Container Ships in 2019

The German feeder shipping line's preparations for the new sulfur regulation cost the company a bigger deficit in 2019. And just as things were starting to look brighter in early 2020, the coronavirus outbreak has caused renewed uncertainty.

MPC Container Ships CEO Constantin Baack. | Photo: PR-FOTO

Preparations for the new sulfur regulation had a high cost for MPC Container Ships in 2019.

The German feeder shipping line finished the year with a significantly bigger deficit than the year before – a deficit of USD 39.7 million for 2019, compared to a deficit of just USD 1.6 million for 2018.

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