Kuehne + Nagel ranks 15 container lines based on carbon emissions

Kuehne + Nagel has introduced a climate criterion for when it chooses container lines, and ranks 15 container lines according to the scope of their carbon emissions. There is a big gap from top to bottom, it turns out.

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There is a big difference between how much carbon container lines emit, and thus also their climate footprints.

This is clear from the ranking used by one of the world's top freight forwarders Kuehne + Nagel in an effort to include sustainability as a contract parameter.

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