Chamber says low sulfur fuel availability study urgently needed

Chamber says low sulfur fuel availability study urgently needed

Chamber says low sulfur fuel availability study urgently needed

 
Failure to accelerate a study into the global availability of low sulfur fuel for ships has "billion dollar implications," says the International Chamber of Shipping.

I’m not going to say the cost of fuel isn’t an issue, but if we have properly accounted for it within contracting it’s really about how you administer it for how it affects your bottom line.

Twelve container shipping companies deploy capacity from Asia to Mexico, with COSCO deploying the most capacity on the trade each week, according to BlueWater Reporting's Carrier/Trade Route Deployment Report.

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