Hapag-Lloyd inks bio-fuel partnership agreement


Source: Hapag-Lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd and DB Schenker have signed an agreement to use reduce container transport emissions through the use of a waste and residue-based biofuel. The move follows the launch of Hapag-Lloyd’s ‘Ship Green’ in May, and is intended to help decarbonise supply chains.

By the end of the year, DB Schenker hopes its use of at least 1,000 tonnes of biofuel will have reduced CO2 emissions by around 3,000 tonnes.

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