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HMM acquires scrubbers for 19 container vessels

South Korea's major shipping line orders scrubbers for 19 container vessels. Part of the financing comes from a newly-established fund, where contributors get first priority in contract negotiations for fuel and scrubber installations.

C.K. Yoo, CEO i HMM (nummer fem fra venstre) sammen med topcheferne for bl.a. DSEC og Korea Ocean Business Corporation, som er med i nystiftet fond. | Photo: PR-foto

HMM, South Korea's major container shipping line, will install scrubbers on 19 container vessels, announces the company in a press release.

The price for the many scrubbers totals USD 135 million, of which HMM is contributing with part of the financing while a majority comes from a loan from the state-run financing entity Korea Ocean Business Corporation and a newly-established fund.

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