02 August 2012 11:03 [Source: ICIS news]
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The Maritime Safety Administration of Guangdong province on 5 July made it mandatory for ships carrying mixed aromatics to pass more stringent pollution and hazard assessments.
A south China-based trader said he had originally planned to pick up mixed aromatics in
No ships containing mixed aromatics have sailed in or out of the oil tank of Guangzhou Nansha Titan Petrochemical Development Co in
The new regulation is expected to have limited impact on south
But in the long run, stricter rules may force cargoes to be taken to ports in the neighbouring regions, or they take longer time to clear
The Maritime Safety Administration of Tianjin and Huizhou have promulgated similar regulations in July 2010 and March 2011, which had had impact on water transportation of domestic and imported mixed aromatics.
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