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Shipowners' association following MAN manipulation case

The Danish Shipowners' Association is following the case concerning MAN Diesel & Turbo's use of cheating software to manipulate engines' fuel consumption figures. On par with numerous carriers, this case is new for the organization. 

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MAN Diesel & Turbo’s deliberate manipulation of test results for engine fuel consumption is causing a stir in the industry. This extends to the Danish Shipowners' Association, which represents shipowners with a combined fleet of more than 1,800 ships.

ShippingWatch has learned that the Shipowners' Association will initially engage in dialog with its members in an effort to discern extent to which its members have been affected by MAN's deceit.

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