DB Schenker: New IMO rules could have "big impact" on carrier capacity in 2023

A large number of the world’s container vessels will be forced to sail slower once the IMO’s CO2 rules come into force next year, DB Schenker executive predicts. The rules will ”result in a big redesign of all our schedules.”

Thorsten Meincke, COO, Air and Ocean, DB Schenker.. | Photo: DB Schenker

Capacity on the container market could be facing a gut punch once the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) rules on limitations to shipping’s CO2 intensity come into force on Jan. 1, 2023.

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