Maersk and CMA CGM share vision for 2050 – but how will they get there?

Maersk and CMA CGM both aim to be climate neutral by 2050. But what have the two container shipping majors actually achieved so far? Shipping researcher Tristan Smith examines the companies' claims for ShippingWatch.

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Maersk and French rival CMA CGM have one thing in common when it comes to the climate agenda.

Both of the container juggernauts aim for a carbon-neutral fleet 30 years from now.

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