Torm and DFDS say scrubber installations are delayed

Scrubber installations are delayed, report both Torm and DFDS.

"I'd say that of the 44, we'll see delays for around 15 percent of the ships," says torm Executive Director Jacob Meldgaard. | Photo: PR/Torm

Shipping companies Torm and DFDS will have to wait longer to complete scrubber installations on a series of ships than originally anticipated.

The entire sector is currently preparing for the new IMO 2020 global sulfur regulations, and this puts added pressure on the shipyards performing the scrubber installations.

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