Major 2020 challenge impacts J. Lauritzen earlier than expected

J. Lauritzen is opting for 0.5 percent fuels to comply with the new sulfur regulations entering force next year. Right now traditional fuels are also on the agenda in the shipping company's dedicated 2020 group. In a series of articles, ShippingWatch gives an exclusive insight into J. Lauritzen and Hapag-Lloyd's preparations for IMO 2020.

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Claus Kesting has rolled up the sleeves on his light blue shirt.

An issue that J. Lauritzen's general manager of bunker procurement did not expect to see for another couple of months has just started to cause problems.

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