APM Terminals assigns climate exec

Maersk's port company APM Terminals has appointed a head of decarbonization starting in November.

Effective November 1st, Sahar Rashidbeigi will be head of decarbonization at APM Terminals. | Photo: APM Terminals

APM Terminals, part of Maersk, has appointed a climate exec to help deliver on the plans of climate neutrality.

This happens in conjunction with the creation of a dedicated function in the port company, with a full focus on lowering the operational climate footprint. The company has chosen Sahar Rashidbeigi who will assume the role of APM Terminals' head of decarbonization effective November 1 and will be based in the headquarters in the Hague, the Netherlands.

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