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Dry bulk chartering strategy: Who fared better?

Following a year of ups and downs in 2019, dry bulk operators were fully geared to meet the challenges of IMO 2020 fuel regulation, a global anti-pollution initiative that would greatly lower sulfur emissions from high-sulfur fuel. Operators chose one of two options – either burn low-sulphur fuel, which would lead to high operating costs, ...

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Following a year of ups and downs in 2019, dry bulk operators were fully geared to meet the challenges of IMO 2020 fuel regulation, a global anti-pollution initiative that would greatly lower sulfur emissions from high-sulfur fuel. Operators chose one of two options – either burn low-sulphur fuel, which would lead to high operating costs, ...

The post Dry bulk chartering strategy: Who fared better? first appeared on Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide.

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