Maersk Tankers Set To Establish Decarbonization Hub

Denmark-based Maersk Tankers is all set to develop a suite of solutions aimed at reducing emissions from cargo customers’ supply chains and shipowners’ operation by launching a knowledge hub which will be bringing together industry experts, shipowners, cargo customers and other stakeholders of the industry.

Maersk Tankers Set To Establish Decarbonization Hub
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The ‘decarbonization hub’ will be gathering and sharing external as well as internal intelligence on the latest developments and regulations involving decarbonization in the tanker shipping sector while also providing emission transparency on the transportation of cargo, said Maersk Tankers.

Christian M. Ingerslev, the CEO of Maersk Tankers said, “There is an immediate need for shipping to change its emissions trajectory. The decarbonization hub is part of our commitment to create a more sustainable path for shipping through sector-wide collaboration.”

The decarbonization hub, which will be cooperating with external stakeholders too, which includes global associations working to bring out decarbonization in the shipping industry is expected to be fully established in the next few months.

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Eva Birgitte Bisgaard, the Chief Commercial Officer at Maersk Tankers added, “Shipowners have to deal with complex regulatory requirements and changing customer demand stemming from the need to decarbonise shipping. With the hub, we are bringing together stakeholders to use our combined expertise to simplify, provide transparency and create new solutions that will help both shipowners and cargo customers reduce emissions.”

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