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June 3, 2015

Maersk Goal to Cut CO2 Emissions 60 Percent Per Container Within Five Years

environmentMaersk Line, the world’s largest container ship operator, has set a “bold target” to reduce CO2 emissions 60 percent per container moved by 2020.

The company has stated that the five year-emission reduction plan will save the climate around 200 million tons of CO2, roughly the amount of emissions of all passenger cars in France over the period of a year.

The announcement comes after Chief Commercial Officer Stephen Schueler recently launched the company’s 2014 Sustainability Update at a session dedicated to sustainable supply chains.

[Read more… Curated from Supply Chain Brain]


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