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Finnlines proceeds with scrubber installation

The Finnish ferry operator is ready with good news for scrubber suppliers, as the company has announced that it plans to install scrubbers on all its RoRo passenger ferries.

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Baltic Sea carrier Finnlines now moves one step further in its efforts to install scrubbers on the company's ferries.

In may this year, Finnlines - which operates 25 ferries on services in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea - ordered scrubbers for a total of EUR 50 million, and this week the carrier informed the Helsinki Stock Exchange that it plans to purchase scrubbers for its RoRo passenger ferries - the so-called Star Class ferries. The carrier has yet to reveal the supplier, but the last order went to Wärtsilä and Alfa Laval, two of the biggest suppliers in the market.

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