Arcadia Shipmanagement gets MRV verification

(l-r) George Teriakidis, DNV GL; Mattheou Dimitrios, Arcadia Shipmanagement; and Andreas Pagalos, DNV GL (l-r) George Teriakidis, DNV GL; Mattheou Dimitrios, Arcadia Shipmanagement; and Andreas Pagalos, DNV GL

Arcadia Shipmanagement has received verification from classification society DNV GL for compliant monitoring plans for its whole fleet ahead of the introduction of the new EU MRV regulation for CO2 monitoring.

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