Maersk concerned about shipping's compliance with environmental regulations

The Maersk Group is now calling for "smart rules" to make all parties comply with the environmental requirements for shipping. First movers should not be penalized, says Claus V. Hemmingsen, CEO, Maersk Drilling.

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Maersk Drilling CEO and member of the Maersk Group senior management, Claus V. Hemmingsen, is now stating that new rules for environmental shipping from the IMO would be welcome.

"Some rules are better than others," he said at the ICS conference - International Shipping Conference - according to Sustainable Shipping.

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