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Dorian reconsiders scrubber strategy

Both Dorian and Stolt-Nielsen are reconsidering scrubber installations following the coronavirus outbreak and delays at shipyards. Dorian sees a changed economy behind the scrubber, while Stolt-Nielsen intends to get rid of them by cost-saving measures, if possible.

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Dorian has just had a vessel returned from a scrubber retrofit at a shipyard.

This happens quite often in the shipping industry, but this ship has been delayed by more than two months and has as such been away for 100 days rather than the 45 originally planned.

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