Sulphur regulations cost carriers USD 120 per container

When the new sulphur regulations come into force next year in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, the rules will cost carriers around USD 120 per teu, says Drewry.

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Carriers stand to pay a high price next year when the sulphur regulations come into force in certain parts of the world, says Lloyd's Loading List.

At the Global Liner Shipping conference conference in Hamburg last week, analysts Drewry estimated that the price of complying with the regulations would amount to increased costs of USD 120 per teu.

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