Höegh Autoliners banks on an ammonia-powered future of hauling electric cars

RoRo carrier Höegh Autoliners’ result saw a record increase in Q2 2022, and the company is preparing itself for transporting electric vehicles on ships with net-zero carbon emissions, says CFO.

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Höegh Autoliners has gazed into the future. The RoRo carrier’s modern fleet will over a number of years come to transport electric vehicles almost exclusively, which will be done using specially built ships with engines powered by green ammonia.

This vision is presented by Chief Financial Officer Per Øivind Rosmo in an interview with ShippingWatch upon Höegh Autoliners’ recently announced record financial result, in which the net profit increased by almost 50%.

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