Maersk places order for eight container vessels

Maersk orders eight container vessels with a capacity of 16,000 teu each, all of which will be able to sail on green methanol. The move follows a previous order for what is to become the carrier's first climate-neutral vessel.

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Eight new container vessels, which will be able to sail on green methanol, have been added to the orderbook at A.P. Moller - Maersk.

The eight vessels with a capacity of 16,000 teu each will be built at South Korean shipyard Hyundai, Maersk reports in a press release.

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