Product tanker operator Hafnia has reached a size at which the company feels an obligation to be a front runner in the efforts to reduce emissions from the sector, CEO Mikael Skov tells ShippingWatch.
"Hafnia is now one of the world's biggest product tanker shipping companies. I believe that when you have a certain size, you also have a duty to take responsibility in setting the course. We all know that we must find other solutions. As such, we feel a responsibility for participating actively and contributing our know," says Skov.
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