P&O raises prices to cover sulphur costs

British ferry operator P&O faces a significant rise in costs when, starting next year, the carrier will have to switch to low-sulphur Marine Gas Oil. So the company is now raising its prices.

The new MGO (Marine Gas Oil) is too expensive for P&O, which is why the ferry operator has decided to raise the price on its services out of England, according to Sustainable Shipping.

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