H&M Group includes all new fuels, even LNG, in ocean transport

Global retailer chain H&M Group will not exclude any fuels when picking ocean freight. To meet its overall 2030 goals, supply chain emission cuts are essential, the company tells ShippingWatch.

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With more than 5,000 shops worldwide, it goes without saying that Sweden's H&M Group is in constant need of transportation of clothes, shoes and belts – and that container carriers represent a vital piece of the retail major's global supply puzzle.

As a prominent brand, rooted in a Nordic mindset about clean and open expanses, the group is fully aware that its appeal to the world's consumers, who increasingly care about the planet, is crucial.

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