Now there is choice.
Economic development has not come without a cost. We as a species are pushing the planet’s ecological limits. The time for change is now. Our best chance of preventing climate change is to ensure global warming is kept below 1.5 degrees of pre-industrial levels and that our global CO2 emissions should not exceed a global carbon budget of 2,700 gigatons.
Big change requires big investment and research. And while corporates are stepping up their game and willing to allocate more of their budget on decarbonisation initiatives, where to start is the biggest hurdle to overcome.
Maersk has been at the forefront of designing efficient ocean logistics transportation solutions. Our green ships for the future designed with Hyundai Heavy Industries, will allow for 20% more improved energy efficiency when compared to other container ships in its class. The 8 new 16,000 TEU ships scheduled to launch in 2024, will run on a dual fuel setup of methanol and low-sulphur fuel, which will save approximately one million tonnes of annual carbon emissions.
Maersk ECO Delivery is a low-carbon shipping option that replaces fossil fuel with green fuels. When you choose this product, Maersk purchases and uses enough green fuel to lower the carbon emission footprint that your container will produce on its journey. It’s a big step towards decarbonisation and proves that sustainable supply chains are possible.
Maersk ECO Delivery is simple to adopt, easy to control and can get your decarbonisation goals on the fast track to success. Here’s why:
Partnerships are of the essence when exploring sustainable solutions for the future, and no company can do it alone. Our cooperation with Maersk enables us to pool our resources and reduce our respective carbon footprints much more efficiently.
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In BESTSELLER, we are continuously exploring ways of improving our environmental footprint and we see the option of leveraging biofuel for our sea transportation as an important course of action.
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