Navigare Logistics and Mosvold to build carrier with zero-carbon fleet

Navigare Logistics, Amon Maritime and Mosvold Shipping have joined forces to set up a carrier with zero-carbon dry bulk vessels powered by green ammonia.

Photo: Kongsberg Maritime / Viridis Bulk Carriers

More and more participants are joining the race to adapt the shipping industry to a green future where harmful emissions have been eliminated.

Among the new players is Viridis Bulk Carriers, a partnership between Navigare Logistics, Amon Maritime and Mosvold Shipping, which plans to establish a shipping line with zero-carbon dry bulk vessels. The first ship is expected to hit the water in 2024.

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