Even though the ballast water convention is set to come into force some six months from now, in September 2017, this fact does not motivate Stena RoRo to pick a supplier nor to order systems to be installed on the company's fleet.
The carrier, which operates a fleet of 19 RoRo and RoPax vessels, will wait until there is more clarity as to when the IMO's implementation schedule for ballast water management systems comes into force.
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