Hapag-Lloyd published its Sustainability Report, saying that it is on track to reduce its CO2 emissions per TEU-kilometre by 20% by 2020, in comparison to the base year 2016. The company is achieving that by focusing on increasing energy efficiency, applying stricter requirements for newbuilds and reducing bunker consumption.
German container shipping company Hapag-Lloyd unveiled a new steel floor container, what it claims to be the future of container shipping. Compared to conventional boxes with wooden floors, this development enables much larger loads into it per running metre, which makes it particularly interesting for heavy goods like machines.
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