Hapag-Lloyd has rolled out its plans for recovering the extra cost of compliance with the IMO’s 0.5% sulphur cap for shipping, which comes into force in less than 15 months.
It no doubt hopes its proposals will be better received by customers than those of its rivals – slammed by suspicious shippers as “lacking transparency” and “blatant profiteering”.
Hapag-Lloyd estimates the annual cost of compliance with IMO2020, from 1 January 2020, for its fleet of some …
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Source: The Loadstar