Hapag-Lloyd plans LNG and scrubber trials

Two 13,000 teu ships, similar in size to the pictured 'Antwerp Express', will have scrubbers installed (credit: Hapag-Lloyd)

Hamburg-based container liner Hapag-Lloyd has revealed that it will study LNG fuel and scrubbers onboard three vessels next year as part of its preparation for IMO’s 2020 sulphur cap.

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