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Watch: To achieve decarbonization goals shipping needs to collaborate

Despite the pandemic, climate change is still a hot issue and the shipping industry has a long way to go to make sure that their role in a sustainable future is fruitful. Thus, Bud Darr, Executive Vice President, Maritime Policy and Government Affairs at MSC Group explains the current environmental challenge and how the industry can move towards decarbonization.

MSC joins Hydrogen Council for a greener future

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) joined the Hydrogen Council, a global industry body, following the industry’s efforts to accelerate R&D related to clean hydrogen derived fuels and solutions.

MSC cruises restarts operations after a five-month pause

After a five-month pause in its cruise operations due to the coronavirus pandemic, the cruise company MSC informed that restarted operations, as MSC Grandiosa departed from Genoa, Italy for its first 7-night cruise in West Mediterranean.

MSC responds to carbon claims

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has denied accusations by NGO Transport & Environment that it is the seventh largest carbon emitter in Europe, commenting that the company operates a modern fleet and is running the biggest fleet investment programme in the industry to further reduce emissions.

Port of LA sets new cargo handling record

Port of Los Angeles set a new global record for most cargo moves during a single ship call. In fact, 18.465 containers from the MSC Isabella were successfully moved at APM Terminals’ Pier 400.

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