DHL CEO on green cooperation between large competitors: "It's a challenge"

The German firm’s CEO says leading shipping industry players could ”in principle” agree on raising conventional bunker prices, but adds that doing so would be hard.

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HANOVER – A closer, green partnership between the biggest global transportation players such as DSV, Kuehne + Nagel, and Deutsche Post DHL could in theory seem like a good idea.

At least if it’s about creating demand for more climate-friendly fuels, vehicles, airplanes and so on.

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