Organizations trying to postpone sulphur regulations

Several shipowners' organizations and carriers are now trying to postpone the fact that the ECA zone sulphur regulations are set to be implemented on January 1st next year.

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Shipowners have on several occasions complained and regretted that the coming regulations for the sulphur content in ship fuel are set to come into force on January 1st next year. And now several organizations and carriers are trying to postpone the sulphur emission control areas set to be implemented next year - the ECA zones.

19 British signatories, including members of the UK Chamber of Shipping, CMA CGM, Carnival UK, P&O Ferries and the British part of Stena Line are opposed to the sulphur regulations aimed particularly at the British.

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