Charterers ‘behaving rationally’ in rejecting virtual arrival clauses
A research study into why there has been so little take-up of virtual arrival in shipping has found that charterers are much more interested in volatile cargo values than fuel costs
In theory, ‘virtual arrival’ would enable ships to reduce speed, and thereby emissions; in practice an academic study found charterers’ own commercial considerations outweigh these benefits
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