Cargill and Klaveness consider Sea Cargo Charter successful despite lack of support

Co-founders such as Ørsted have dropped out, and the ambition to get 30 companies on board in 2021 did not succeed for climate initiative Sea Cargo Charter, which counts Norden, Cargill and Klaveness among its members. According to the partners behind, the first year has still been a success.

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After its first year, climate initiative Sea Cargo Charter must admit that it has not been able to attract the number of members aimed for.

Originally, the target was to sign 30 companies before the end of 2021, however, this milestone has stayed just out of reach. According to the Sea Cargo Charter, 28 members are currently taking part. And along the way, co-founders such as Ørsted have pulled out, as ShippingWatch has previously reported.

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