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Major Maersk Line customers want CO2 calculations

An increasing number of Maersk Line customers are asking to see calculations of how much CO2 the company’s ships emit, but Maersk Line still cannot show them how the company fares compared to its competitors. That is regrettable, says Head of Climate and Environment at Maersk Line, Jacob A. Sterling.

Last year, more than 150 major Maersk Line customers requested that the company calculates the CO2 emissions of the ships in relation to specific voyages. According to Jacob A. Sterling, Head of Climate and Environment at Maersk Line, the company began last year to keep track of the extent of the customer inquiries. Some of these are requests for relatively simple calculations, while others send detailed inquiries regarding the CO2 emissions for all their corridors.

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