Yara presents zero-emission ship after multiple delays

Fertilizer firm Yara launches its first autonomous and emission-free container ship. The vessel is expected to enter commercial operation in 2022 and has been long underway since the project was first announced in 2017.

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Following several years of preparation and protracted efforts, fertilizer producer Yara launches its autonomous zero-emission container ship, which along the way has garnered a lot of attention.

The container vessel, named Yara Birkeland, is meant to be able to load and unload, charge its batteries and navigate of its own accord, Yara states in a press release.

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