When Maersk's first CO2 neutral container vessel hits the waters in 2023, it will sail on a methanol engine from manufacturer MAN, informs the company in a press release.
In the beginning of July, Maersk announced that South Korean shipyard Hyundai Mipo Dockyards had been selected to build the shipping line's first CO2 neutral container vessel, which will have a capacity of 2,100 teu and sail on green methanol.
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