Confidence in low-sulfur supply, shipper acceptance builds

September 17, 2019 Sep 17, 2019 1:23PM EDT

[caption caption="The IMO low-sulfur mandate will cost the container shipping industry $10 billion to $15.7 billion more annually, according to various estimates. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com."][/caption]HAMBURG, Germany — Container lines and analysts are signaling higher confidence in there being enough low-sulfur bunker fuel supply to meet the global mandate and willingness...

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