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Bulkers without scrubbers ‘will become uncompetitive’

According to Maritime Strategies International, early adopters of scrubbers are likely to earn premiums over those burning low sulphur fuel oil come 2020. However, the positive effect will start declining as more and more ships adopt the technology

A two-tier market will reward early adopters with higher time charter rates and asset values as cost of low sulphur fuel increases dramatically, MSI has claimed
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