Peninsula has added seven new ships to comply with sulfur rules

As a part of its efforts to prepare for IMO 2020, bunker supplier Peninsula Petroleum Group has added seven new product tanker vessels to its fleet. corrected

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Correction: In the first version of the article it said that PPG had purchased seven vessels. That is not correct. The company has added seven vessels to its fleet over the last couple of years of which four are purchased.

Peninsula Petroleum Group, PPG, has added seven new product tanker ships to its fleet to comply with IMO's sulfur regulations, set to come into force on Jan. 1, 2020, says the company in a statement.

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