Suppliers puzzled by Maersk's scrubber criticism

"This statement is very disappointing," says systems supplier Pureteq after Maersk's clear-cut criticism of scrubbers. Major Finnish supplier Wärtsilä defends scrubbers as a solution to the global sulfur directive.

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Maersk's decision to not only refrain from using scrubbers, but also criticize the technology, triggers puzzlement among the systems suppliers.

I think it's very regrettable that Maersk has gone out like this and obscured the scrubber debate

Anders Skibdal, CEO, Pureteq

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