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Capital Product opts for scrubbers on 14 ships

Capital Product Partners is the latest leading owner to unveil plans to install scrubbers and has agreed with Korean charterer Hyundai Merchant Marine to increase the charter rate on five boxships to help pay for installation. Meanwhile the owner of tankers and container vessels has posted a net loss due to a hefty impairment charge on the sale the company’s oldest suezmax

Greece-based owner cuts deal with Hyundai Merchasnt Marine to increase charter rate for five boxships earmarked for scrubbers

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