Study highlights cost of lengthy port stops

Some cargo vessels spend more tham half their time and a large proportion of their fuel stationary, according to DNV GL's study (credit: Radio Canada International)

A study of Automatic Identification Service (AIS) data by DNV GL has shed light on the significant time spent, and fuel consumed, by the international cargo fleet in port or stationary awaiting work.

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