Fewer container vessels had scrubbers installed in the first half year

Although the price difference between high and low sulfur fuels has widened, container carriers have equiped far fewer vessels with scrubbers in 2021 than last year, writes Alphaliner.

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Far fewer container vessels have been installed with scrubbers in the first half of 2021 than last year.

In the first six months of the year, 85 vessels, equivalent to 760,000 teu, hit the water with a system installed, writes Alphaliner on Wednesday.

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