Grimaldi has spent more than USD 2 billion to get ready for sulfur cap

Grimaldi Group pays more than USD 2 billion to get ready for the new sulfur regulations coming into force next year, says CEO Emanuele Grimaldi in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.

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Italy's Grimaldi Group, which owns, among other entities, RoRo ship operator Finnlines, has invested more than USD 2 billion in getting ready for the new global sulfur regulations, which are set to come into force at the turn of the year, CEO Emanuele Grimaldi tells the Wall Street Journal.

"We have invested more than USD 2 billion in preparation for the sulfur cap and will invest multiple times more for the 2050 goal," says Grimaldi.

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