Carriers need to develop greener supply chains to meet IMO 2020 cost
With the cost of compliance to new low-sulphur regulations set to top $10bn in the first year alone, box lines need to pass through the expense. But if presented correctly, they could use IMO 2020 to offer differentiated services
Carriers need to work with customers to develop green container supply chains in order to cover the costs of IMO 2020
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