Maersk Supply launches charging venture, targets upwards of 100 ports over five years

Maersk Supply Service has established a company set to launch floating charging stations for ships. The company aims to supply 50-100 ports with chargers over a five-year period as part of the Maersk subsidiary’s transition away from oil and gas. Updated.

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Maersk Supply Service, part of the A.P. Moller-Maersk group, Tuesday launches new venture company Stillstrom meant to provide charging stations for ships the company writes in a statement.

With the new venture, Maersk Supply Service aims to provide charging stations for up to 100 ports in addition to 50 wind farms over a five-year period.

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