Maersk selects shipyard to build CO2 neutral vessel

Maersk selects a South Korean shipyard to build, what is planned to be the company's first CO2 neutral vessel which will be able to sail on green methanol.

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Maersk appoints South Korean shipyard Hyundai Mipo Dockyards to build what is planned to be the container carrier's first CO2 neutral vessel, writes Danish newspaper Berlingske.

The 172 meter long ship with a capacity of 2,100 teu will be able to sail on green methanol. The vessel will sail under Danish flags and be deployed in the Gulf of Bothnia.

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