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Requirements for eco investments could force some shipowners out entirely

The massive investments in new technology and new ship types can split the shipping market in two, says Danish Ship Finance. Many assets thus look set to get new owners.

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Even though investments in new fuels and new ship types have only just begun, it will not take long before global shipping truly starts posting billions of dollars in a radical overhaul of the sector.

And some will find this easier than others, and the climate plan which the shipping sector will follow in the coming decades could thus have significant consequences for the owners of the fleet, says Danish Ship Finance in its latest six-month analysis.

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