Maersk Broker to advise on climate: "The vast majority is on the verge of taking the first step"

Maersk Broker Advisory Service has moved into consulting shipping companies on climate affairs and sees "huge potential". Most are still in the very early stages of developing climate plans, the company explains to ShippingWatch.

Manager Daniel Cáceres Larsen (left) and managing director Jesper Bo Hansen. | Photo: Maersk Broker Advisory Services

Maersk Broker plans to advise shipping companies and other players with ties to the shipping industry on working out and executing a climate strategy.

The consultancy division Maersk Broker Advisory Services has spent the past couple of months pitching the concept. The primary target group is shipping companies with fleets ranging from ten to 100 vessels. But clients could also include other stakeholders, such as investors and lenders, in need of mapping out their portfolio of ships.

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