Shipping majors want the IMO to raise its 2050 ambition

Several of the world's largest shipping companies think the IMO should hurry up and raise its long-term target to halve CO2 emissions by 2050, including ONE and its chief executive, Jeremy Nixon. Stena Bulk, Maersk, Hapag-Lloyd and Odfjell all agree, they tell ShippingWatch.

Jeremy Nixon, CEO of Japanese carrier ONE. | Photo: ONE, Jeremy Nixon

A series of the world's biggest and most influential shipping companies now voice their opinion in the battle to raise the IMO's target of "at least halving CO2 emission by 2050" as quickly as possible.

And this discussion has to begin this year, says ONE chief executive Jeremy Nixon in a statement to ShippingWatch.

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