APM Terminals boosts green transition for US container terminal

APM Terminals' container terminal in Port Elizabeth will work to reduce its carbon emissions by 45 percent in the coming year by using solar power and wind energy.

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Maersk-owned APM Terminals takes another step in its green transition for Port Elizabeth in New Jersey.

The terminal has now entered a deal with a supplier to use renewable energy such as solar power and wind as its primary source of electricity,  says the company in a press release.

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