Carbon insetting offers a route to reducing emissions


Source: Port of Rotterdam Authority

Seventeen companies will save 2023 tonnes of CO2 this year by providing several Samskip owned vessels with biofuel - also known as the ‘insetting’ concept.

Companies that import or export their freight by vessel have traditionally had little influence on the container shipping company’s fuel choice.

That was until December 2022, when the Port of Rotterdam Authority and GoodShipping announced the ‘Switch to Zero’ campaign to encourage companies to have their sea freight transported using sustainable fuel.

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