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10 August 2022 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:38 GMT+2



August 2, 2022

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Agreement between the ports of Rotterdam and Singapore to establish a green and digital maritime corridor between the two ports of call

The first ships are expected to be placed on the route sustainable by 2027

The Port Authorities of the ports of Rotterdam and Singapore, leading hub for the European and Asian markets, have signed a memorandum of understanding with the aim of establish a green and digital corridor to enable transport low- and zero-carbon maritime between the two ports. The agreement provides for the involvement of all interested parties along this maritime supply chain, starting from companies suppliers of marine fuels in its ports of call that are among the world's main bunkering hubs, in order to introduce on this route the first sustainable ships by 2027.

The initiative includes the Global Center for Maritime as partners Decarbonisation and the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero-Carbon Shipping as well as maritime and industrial operators such as BP, CMA CGM, Digital Container Shipping Association, Maersk, MSC, Ocean Network Express, PSA International and Shell, to which they will add more as the Green and Digital Corridor.






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