Nachipa supports slow steaming to curb emissions
Chile-based dry bulk operator believes that slow steaming should be accelerated to meet agreed 2030 targets. Owners have increasingly adopted lower sailing speeds since the global financial crisis of 2008, seeking to bring down their costs through optimal utilisation of capacity and avoiding idling
Nachipa’s chief executive Felipe Simian said in an interview with Lloyd’s List that the only way to manage things smoothly is to have a level playing field and regulatory certainty so that everybody knows what is happening. He believes that the International Maritime Organization’s sulphur cap regulation was very poorly implemented
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