Maersk aims harsh criticism at IMO after climate negotiations

Container major Maersk is disappointed by the outcome of last week's IMO negotiations. Maersk says that IMO is headed down the wrong path and warns that this could put IMO's ambitions at risk, the company tells ShippingWatch.

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The world's biggest container line, Maersk, is disappointed by last week's climate negotiations at the IMO and warns that the International Maritime Organization's climate strategy could be at risk unless the course is changed.

"For Maersk the outcome of this week's meeting is disappointing," Simon Bergulf, head of regulatory affairs at Maersk, tells ShippingWatch.

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