J. Lauritzen involves officers in 2020 considerations: "It's healthy that they have a financial sense"

J. Lauritzen's maritime officers will not only be prepped to handle new fuel types leading up to 2020. Financial considerations and potential losses from technical failures were also on the agenda, when three of the shipping company's executives met with crew members in the Phillippines.

Claus Winter Graugaard, head of fleet management at J. Lauritzen. | Photo: PR-foto/ShippingWatch

A little over a month ago, Claus Winter Graugaard, head of fleet management at J. Lauritzen, and two of his Danish colleagues landed in Manila in the Philippines.

Ahead of the three J. Lauritzen executives awaited several days of intensive meetings with officers from the Danish shipping company's approximately 25 owned gas ships in subsidiary Lauritzen Kosan. And with only four months left until the turn of the year, when the IMO's new sulfur regulations enter force, they had plenty to do.

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