Songa Container postpones remaining scrubber installations

Feeder line Songa Container, with shipping profile Arne Blystad as major shareholder, has postponed its remaining scrubber installations indefinitely. Most of the ships already have the exhaust cleaning systems on board.

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Feeder shipping line Songa Container, which has Arne Blystad as a major shareholder, has decided to postpone its remaining scrubber installations indefinitely.

A majority of the feeder line's fleet of 15 container ships already have the exhaust gas cleaning systems installed. The latest installation, the 12th in the series, happened in the third quarter, while the company "indefinitely postponed all remaining scrubber installations," writes Songa Container in its latest interim report.

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