MCI tries to put pressure on European Commission

Maersk Container Industry puts pressure on the European Commission to propose more legislation on reefer containers. If the company will succeed in the pressure it will result in, other than a cleaner environment, more income for Maersk Container Industry.

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 This week, Maersk Container Industry (MCI) has once again tried to put pressure on the European Commission in order to change the legislation to benefit the MCI reefer containers which, unlike most of their competitors’ containers, do not feature climate-damaging materials capable of ruining the ozone layer in the containers’ insulating foam.

MCI is the second-largest manufacturer of reefer containers and according to the company, the fact, that their containers is transported in the EU on equal terms with other reefer containers even though it has long been known that MCI containers are far less damaging for the environment, has much distorted competition.

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