Companies raise bunker charges to reflect low sulfur requirement

Companies raise bunker charges to reflect low sulfur requirement

Companies raise bunker charges to reflect low sulfur requirement

 
Steamship lines are expected to adjust their bunker surcharges in coming weeks to account for the higher cost of low sulfur fuel that they are required to use from Aug. 1 within 200 miles of the U.S. and Canada coasts.

Where our forefathers invested wisely in the inland (waterways) system and the Corps of Engineers has been able to maintain that system, it’s aging and needs recapitalization.

The Port of Savannah is called by 39 liner services that directly connect it to regions outside North America, 16 of which call Asia, according to BlueWater Reporting's Port Dashboard tool.

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