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Here are the carriers that have chosen scrubbers

Torm has now also chosen scrubbers for part of its fleet. Get an overview of how many shipping companies have chosen the technology this year.

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In the past few months, several major carriers have made a decision on the choice that all carriers must make soon, which is whether scrubbers are the way to cope with the 2020 sulfur requirements.

Most recently, Danish Torm has announced plans to install scrubbers on 13 vessels, which will be delivered before 2020. CEO Jakob Meldgaard estimates that it will cost Torm USD 2 million per vessel to install the scrubbers.

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