Up to 20 ships in Maersk Tankers' pools to use scrubbers

Maersk Tankers and its partners have agreed on a new pool agreement, which entails that ships with scrubbers can sail in conjunction with ships using low-sulfur fuels. About 20 vessels across the company's pools will be equipped with scrubbers.

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From now on, Maersk Tankers' pools will consist of ships with and without scrubbers.

A new, so-called, bunker adjustment factor for the shipping company's pools means the various partners can now be certain of fair account settling and earnings for their ships regarding bunker consumption, Maersk Tankers informs in a statement.

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