Lauritzen Bulkers criticizes new climate clause for favoring shipowners

CII: Lauritzen Bulkers opposes a new legal clause placing responsibility for the upcoming CII regulation with operators. CEO doubts the clause will be put to much use, though.

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Lauritzen Bulkers is far from pleased with a new industry clause, which places responsibility – along with the bill – for ships’ poor climate ratings with operators.

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