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Maersk aims to operate carbon-neutral ship by 2023

A.P. Moeller-Maersk sets its sights on 2023, when the shipping company now plans to operate a carbon-neutral container ship of 2,000 teu. The ship will sail on green methanol.

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Just two years from now, A.P. Moeller-Maersk plans to launch and operate what it describes as the world's first carbon-neutral container ship.

The ship will be around 2,000 teu and is planned to sail on green methanol, says the company in a press release Wednesday. The ship will operate in regional liner shipping.

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