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ONE launches “green” offer for cargo customers

The liner shipping company Ocean Network Express (ONE), still a partner of Hapag-Lloyd, will offer emission-reduced transportation in future with “ONE LEAF+”.

The offer is aimed at cargo customers who want to influence their own transport emissions and, thus, the CO2 footprint along the entire value chain. In future, they will be able to book journeys with ONE that use alternative, low-emission fuels.

LEAF stands for Low Emissionable Freight and is offered on selected routes and ships. The reduction in emissions will be documented with a certificate, helping customers reduce their Scope 3 emissions.

ONE announced that only approved fuels will be used. At present, it is primarily biofuel, which is obtained from cooking oil residues and reduces CO2 emissions by 84% compared to low-sulphur fuel (VLSFO).

Like other companies, the Singapore-based shipping company aims to be climate-neutral by 2050.

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