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Low-sulphur fuel rises may cause container line failures

IMO 2020 regulations could trigger further consolidation and possibly even bankruptcies, says leading DHL ocean forwarding executive

Smaller regional carriers are particularly at risk from higher costs imposed by low-sulphur regulations

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