Singapore and Rotterdam to establish world’s longest green shipping corridor

Two of the world’s largest bunkering ports join forces to establish the longest “Green and Digital Corridor” in the pursuit of efficient and sustainable shipping.

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The ports of Singapore and Rotterdam have launched a new initiative that will promote low- and zero-carbon shipping on one of the most significant shipping lanes between Asia and Europe.

The Green and Digital Corridor for efficient and sustainable shipping will be the longest of its kind in the world, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the Port of Rotterdam say in a joint media release.

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