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CMA CGM looks to forestation projects to offset its climate footprint

CMA CGM has seen a "drastic increase" in customers asking for more climate friendly transport in 2020. The company has therefore launched new solutions that include carbon offsetting. A good tool says the company about the controversial model.

CMA CGM's first of a series of LNG vessels was delivered earlier this year. This picture shows it under contstruction. The company plans to have 26 vessels sailing on LNG by 2022. | Photo: CMA CGM - PR

A growing number of customers have inquired about climate friendly freight in 2020, says container line CMA CGM, which describes the development as a "drastic increase."

In response to this, the shipping company recently launched a series of new climate solutions for its customers, which, among other things, enable the use of carbon offsetting.

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