Soda ash exports to be subject to immediate surcharge for ship fuel

By Michael Greenfield
Published: Friday, 01 November 2019

US soda ash exporter Ansac has reacted to a directive from the International Maritime Organization by putting a fuel surcharge on shipments of its output, which could have knock-on effects for the cost of soda ash globally.

American Natural Soda Ash Corp (Ansac), a soda ash exporter based in the United States, is implementing a surcharge on shipping fuel which will be put into effect immediately, according to a company statement.
The move is a reaction to an impending regulation from the International Maritime Organization (IMO), a...

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