Jan Dieleman: Without China's backing, it will be very difficult to make progress

China's absence in the shipping industry's climate discussions is becoming a serious impediment to progress, says CEO of Cargill Ocean Transportation Jan Dieleman in an interview with ShippingWatch. "We need them to get involved."

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If the shipping industry is to have any hopes of kicking the green transition into a higher gear, Chinese companies need to start chiming in as well.

This is the clear message from Jan Dieleman, chief executive of one of the largest dry bulk operators in the world, Cargill Ocean Transportation, and chair of the climate initiative Sea Cargo Charter. In addition to these roles, he is also one of the key figures behind Global Maritime Forum.

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