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Maersk to test biofuel on ultra-large container ship

Maersk will test biofuel on one of its ultra-large Triple-E ships. The project is part of the shipping company's target of zero net emissions in 2050, carried out in collaboration with major companies such as Shell, Heineken and Unilever.

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Maersk will become the next container shipping line to test biofuel on its ships.

Last month competitor CMA CGM announced a test project with Ikea, and now the Danish shipping group is following suit.

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