ONE completes test of biofuel on the Atlantic

Container line ONE has for two months been testing biofuel on sailings across the Atlantic. Alternative fuels will be part of the company's path to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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Japanese container like ONE joins the list of companies that have been testing biofuel on Transatlantic routes.

The 4,803 teu MOL Experience has for two months been sailing with alternative fuel in the form of oil that has, for instance, in the past been used for cooking. The test was performed in partnership with oil company, Goodfuel, according to a press release.

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