Frontline's scrubber manufacturer merges with competitor

Scrubber manufacturers Clean Marine and FMSI, partly owned by Frontline, will merge just a few months before the new global sulfur cap comes into force. With this merger, the parties say they can increase production and shorten delivery times.

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Two leading scrubber manufacturers merge in the hopes of creating a world leader in the field of scrubber production.

The producers in question are Clean Marine and FMSI, which is partly owned by John Fredriksen-controlled Frontline. The new company will operate under the name Clean Marine, the parties write in a press statement.

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