Maersk joins global climate alliance

The Maersk Group has joined the IMO-backed Global Industry Alliance, an association that is working to make shipping more climate friendly.

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Maersk has decided to join the Global Industry Alliance, GIA, which works to limit CO2 emissions and ensure an energy efficient shipping sector, says IMO in a press release.

Along with the Panama Canal Authority, Maersk will thus become the latest of a total of 18 members of the IMO-supported alliance, which includes everything from shipowners and operators to engine and technology suppliers, classification societies, oil companies and ports.

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