Biofuel partnership will reduce carbon emissions


Hapag-Lloyd and DB Schenker have inked a biofuel deal to reduce carbon emissions by around 3,000 tonnes

Hapag-Lloyd and DB Schenker have teamed up to help decarbonise supply chains.

Following the launch of Hapag-Lloyd’s ‘Ship Green’ in May, the two have signed an agreement to use reduce container transport emissions through the use of a waste and residue-based biofuel.

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