Hapag-Lloyd wants to lower CO2 emissions per container by 20 percent this year

Germany's Hapag-Lloyd has halved its CO2 emissions per transported container. This year emissions must be reduced further, and there are to major challenges for this.

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German container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd was last year able to halve its CO2 emissions when measuring according to how far a container has been transported (teu/kilometer), says Hapag-Lloyd in its sustainability report.

This is the third sustainability report published by the shipping line.

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