Liner operators worry that the idiosyncrasies of container shipping mean they may be harder hit than other sectors of the industry by carbon reduction laws.

Every segment of the container sector will be hit by the changes, but some trades and sizes of ships will be more affected than others.

The element of the International Maritime Organization’s decarbonisation measures causing most consternation is the Carbon Intensity Indicator.

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