Klaveness CEO expects that the next MEPC meeting will produce ... nothing

Klaveness Combination Carriers CEO Engebret Dahm remains unimpressed by IMO's role as a regulator, and he does not think anything new or better will come from the next MEPC in November.

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Both before and after the last MEPC meeting in June, criticism towards IMO rained down from all corners of the industry. CEO at Klaveness Combination Carriers Engebret Dahm has previously strongly criticized IMO for dragging its feet, and now he does it again.

The chief executive does not expect the next MEPC in November to add or change anything at this summer's events.

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