New marine regulations could impact supply chains without proper planning, says Evolution Time Critical

September 12, 2019 EcoVadis FR


Leading emergency logistics supplier Evolution Time Critical has warned the automotive sector to be extra vigilant with regard to its supply chain reliability in the light of new environmental regulations affecting sea freight transport. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) 2020 Regulations, which cut the maximum allowable sulphur content in fuel by more than 85%, officially come into force on 1st January, but could start to impact operations as early as Quarter 4 this year.



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