Cargill joins political alliance on sulfur

US-based trading house Cargill, which operates the world's largest dry bulk fleet, and carrier Fjord Line have joined the Trident Alliance, an international cooperation working for the enforcement of sulfur requirements.

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The Trident Alliance has welcomed two new members. The new kids on the block are Cargill and Fjord Line, which will now form part of the international alliance among carriers, operators, and other stakeholders working to secure proper enforcement of the sulfur regulations.

"At Cargill, efficient operations has always been part of our business and we are committed to creating a more sustainable shipping industry. As part of the Trident Alliance, we are pleased to charter vessels that comply with maritime sulfur regulations to reduce our environmental impact and increase efficiency," says Jan Dieleman, President of Cargill's Ocean Transportation, in a press release from Trident Alliance.

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