Maersk sets course for greener shipping with order of eight carbon-neutral vessels

Cecilia Keating
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Maersk sets course for greener shipping with order of eight carbon-neutral vessels

Landmark order aims to catalyse market for new generation of low emission ships

In a major step forward for the decarbonisation of shipping, Maersk has this week announced plans to purchase eight container vessels that can run on 'green' methanol and deliver goods for the growing...

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