Maersk's new credit facility is linked to CO2 targets

Maersk has secured a new credit facility worth 5 billion dollars. The new arrangement is linked to whether Maersk realizes its emission reduction targets.


Maersk's greenhouse gas emissions play a crucial role in a new credit facility worth 5 billion dollars, which the shipping line has settled with 26 banks.

The credit facility is the first one signed by Maersk after it has spun off its oil activities.

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