Hapag-Lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd drops its CO2 emissions by 50%

The German-based container company, Hapag-Lloyd recently announced that managed to cut its CO2 emissions per TEU/kilometre by 50% since 2008. According to the company, 95% of its vessels are in line with the IMO regulations, as they are all burning low sulphur fuel oil since the beginning of 2020.

Hapag-Lloyd to use biofuel for CO2 emissions reduction

German container shipping firm Hapag-Lloyd announced that one of its ships recently refueled in Rotterdam with a new, eco-friendly biofuel, as part of the company’s plan to reduce CO2 emissions generated by its operating ships. 

Hapag-Lloyd plans to reduce its emissions 20% until 2020

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.

Hapag-Lloyd opts for scrubbers on ten ships

In a bid to comply with the IMO 2020 sulphur cap, German container shipping major Hapag-Lloyd announced it has ordered ten hybrid-ready scrubbers to be gradually installed to ten of its 13,000 TEU Hamburg class vessels during 2019 and 2020. In March 2019, the retrofits will start and the first EGCS will be installed to the vessel ‘Hamburg Express’ at Qingdao Beihai shipyard in China.

Hapag-Lloyd eyes 20% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2020

German container shipping company Hapag-Lloyd revealed plans to reduce CO2 emissions from its operations by 20% up to 2020, compared with 2016, to support the overall target of emissions reduction from shipping, in line with the global agreement reached at IMO MEPC 72 in mid-April.

11 shipping companies participate in US emissions reduction program

Shipping companies, including CMA CGM, Evergreen, Hapag Lloyd and Maersk, managed to reduce speeds to 12 knots or less in two regions, in the San Francisco Bay Area and the Santa Barbara Channel region from Jul to Nov 2017, as part of the Vessel Speed Reduction incentive program.

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