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The price of going green

Electrolux deserves credit for sharing the cost of a trial to use low-sulphur fuels while in port in South America. But all shippers and BCOs should prepare to pay more as the costs of environmental regulation are passed on by container carriers.

Cargo owners will soon be able to show their green shipping credentials, but it will not come cheaply

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