MAN and Maersk Line has biggest potential for environmental export

Maersk Line and MAN Diesel & Turbo are the two Danish companies with the biggest potential for environmental export, and thus the biggest opportunity for contributing to a global conversion to green technologies, according to a new study by the Danish Ministry for the Environment.

Photo: Maersk Line

The Ministry for the Environment has hired the consulting engineer company Niras to map out the leading Danish companies in relation to environmental exports. Maersk Line and MAN Diesel & Turbo – both companies related to shipping – finished in the Top 10, and are thus named by the Ministry as two of the best Danish companies for advancing the global conversion to green energy.

“Ten of the companies stand out due to their leading positions in technology and the market for environmental solutions that are significant in a global perspective, and which make a difference in relation to handling the challenges of the environment and the climate. The companies were selected according to environmental estimates, which means that the product at hand must be green, and that the product must either possess special potential for affecting the global environment, or the company behind the product must occupy a market position in an environmentally strained area that enables it to affect the global environment,” says the report, which also mentions how the ten companies were chosen:

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