31 shipowners now demand strong sulfur enforcement

30 days left until sulfur regulations: The number of members in the Trident Alliance, which is fighting to ensure enforcement of the sulfur regulations, has almost doubled. The strategy for northern Europe, in particular, remains vague, says Chairman Roger Strevens.

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14 carriers have joined the Trident Alliance, a collaboration that was established this summer and since then has been working to push enforcement of the coming sulfur regulations onto the agenda.

The new members come from various countries, including Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands and Chile, and this development means that the number of members has almost doubled, from 17 in September to 31 today. Members include DFDS, Hapag-Lloyd, Marinvest, Grieg Star, Spliethoff and the carriers in the Ultranav group.

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