DHT invests in scrubbers for 12 ships: "We come well prepared"

The large tanker carrier DHT Holdings has decided to invest in scrubbers in order to comply with coming IMO sulfur cap regulations. The carrier has entered an agreement with Swedish Alfa Laval to supply scrubbers for 12 VLCC ships.

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Yet another carrier has chosen scrubbers as a solution for the approaching IMO sulfur cap regulations.

One the largest tanker owners in the world, DHT Holdings, has decided to install scrubbers on 12 of its VLCC ships.

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