Long Beach offers incentive program for cleaner calling ships
An incentive program has been set up by the port of Long Beach in the US, to encourage larger, cleaner ships to call.
A cap has been put on daily dockage fee at US$8641 per day for ships longer than 345 metres, with effect from August 1.
Such vessels, prior to the change, pay more than US$11,000 per day for docking.
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