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Class societies criticised over sulphur cap silence

Classification societies are specialists in avoiding politics in regulatory debates, but their clients may be starting to feel vexed by what they see as an unwillingness to speak up about the technical difficulties of the 2020 sulphur cap and to offer substantive assistance

Audience members at an Intercargo presentation pressed ABS’s Peter Fitzpatrick on classification’s insufficient support in the face of the 2020 cap challenge

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