Ships will be fined for non-compliance with IMO 2020
Those responsible for ships will be fined if found to be non-compliant with the International Maritime Organization’s low-sulphur rules which take effect on January 1, a fuels symposium at the IMO was told
Although the amount of the penalty has not been decided yet, and depends on each port state, those responsible for ships will be liable for any non-compliance with the IMO rules no matter who is to blame
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