Don’t leave it too late to take action on IMO 2020 regulation

The Guardian newspaper reported yesterday that a cruise ship captain was fined €100,000 (USD 113,000) for burning fuel with excessive sulfur levels near the French port of Marseille.

This incident highlights how ship owners, whether freight or cruise ships,  needing to comply with current and incoming IMO global sulfur caps for marine fuel oil should have a solution place now.

We’ve rounded up our top blog posts on this topic for you to help you evaluate your options and provide our expert guidance to you:

Marine sulfur emission regulations explained

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How to comply with sulfur cap 2020

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4 things to consider to be compliant with sulfur cap 2020
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Are you ready to comply with new maritime emissions regulations?
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With the IMO 2020 just around the corner, now is the time to make sure that you don’t get caught out with the significant penalties for non-compliance. Talk to our experts today to learn more about how we can help you be ready for IMO sulphur cap 2020.

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Date: 27 November 2018

Author: Laura Phimister - Global Marketing Communications Manager

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