A.P. Møller test center wants to bring in more partners

The new test center, which has Bo Cerup-Simonsen at the helm, sets out to find new solutions for shipping's climate challenge and aims to bring in more than 50 new partners. The center's results will be shared with the entire industry, emphasizes Simonsen.

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Many more partners need to join the new A.P. Møller-financed research center that aims to find solutions to the climate challenges facing the shipping industry, emphasizes Bo Cerup-Simonsen, who is CEO of the new initiative.

Cerup-Simonsen is a recognized face in the industry due to his work on Maersk's Triple E vessels that set brand new environmental standards for container vessels.

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