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Shortsea draws short straw in low-sulphur contest

Regional and shortsea operators run small ships that are inefficient by their nature. IMO 2020 will push their costs up to levels where road transport will become more attractive in many cases

SeaIntelligence Consulting chief executive Lars Jensen warns that the slowdown experienced in the Baltic following the introduction of the emission control area could be repeated when low-sulphur rules hit operators in the Mediterranean

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