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Koper Welcomes Astrid Maersk, The World’s Second Large Green Methanol-Enabled Vessel

A.P. Moller - Maersk’s (Maersk) second large vessel that can run on green methanol* arrived in Koper, Slovenia for the very first time on 16th June and was welcomed in the Port of Koper. Astrid Maersk comes after her sister unit Ane Maersk, launched …
Jun 18, 2024 / Vessels

The world's first methanol-powered container ship now on weekly service to the Port of Gothenburg

On Saturday, a new feeder service started calling regularly at the Port of Gothenburg. The world's first container ship powered by green methanol, Laura Maersk, operates the service sailing between the Port of Gothenburg and Bremerhaven. “Already …
May 27, 2024 / Vessels

Kotahi and Maersk enter second decade of committed New Zealand export freight partnership

Kotahi, New Zealand’s largest containerised freight manager and A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk), a global integrated logistics company, have signed a second long term freight agreement to December 2034, providing New Zealand international trade with a …
May 23, 2024 / Curious

Astrid Mærsk arrives in Shanghai for first green methanol bunkering in China, in partnership with SIPG

Maersk, a global leader in integrated container logistics, achieved a milestone as the large methanol-enabled vessel Astrid Mærsk berths at Yangshan port in Shanghai, for the first green methanol bunkering with simultaneous cargo and bunkering …
Apr 16, 2024 / Vessels

Maersk names second vessel of its large methanol-enabled fleet Astrid Mærsk in Yokohama, Japan

In a ceremony held in Yokohama, Japan today, the world's second large methanol-enabled container vessel was named Astrid Mærsk. Mrs. Liza Uchida, spouse of Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida served as godmother and christened the vessel. “Astrid Mærsk” is the …
Apr 4, 2024 / Vessels

Containership Ane Maersk calls at the Eurogate container terminal in Hamburg for the first time on its maiden voyage from Asia to Europe

On the morning of 28 March, the "Ane Maersk", the world's first large methanol-capable container ship operated by the Maersk shipping company with a capacity of more than 16,000 TEU, moored at Eurogate Container Terminal Hamburg for the first time on …
Mar 29, 2024 / Vessels

Maersk Supply Service partners with Edison Chouest Offshore in the US for the construction and operation of a Jones Act-compliant windfarm feeder

Maersk Supply Service to partner with Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO) for the construction and operation of a windfarm feeder concept specifically designed for Maersk Supply Service’s next-generation Wind Installation Vessel. Based on innovative …
Mar 18, 2024 / Curious

DOF Wins New EPRD Contract Award at the Knarr and Gaupe Fields in the North Sea

DOF has been awarded a Substantial Subsea Engineering Procurement Removal and Disposal (EPRD) Contract from A/S Norske Shell in the Atlantic region, with more than 100 combined days utilisation of the vessels Skandi Hera and Maersk Installer.  …
Mar 12, 2024 / Vessels

Syngenta to Reduce Carbon Impact of Ocean Shipping with Maersk’s ECO Delivery

Syngenta Crop Protection, a leader in agricultural innovation, is to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from its logistics operations by using Maersk’s ECO Delivery solution for its ocean shipments. This follows the finalization of an …
Mar 5, 2024 / Curious

Maersk becomes first to have climate targets validated by SBTi under the new Maritime Guidance

A.P. Moller - Maersk´s (Maersk) greenhouse gas emissions targets have been validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) to be in line with the 1.5-degree pathway from the Paris Agreement. This marks an industry first under SBTi’s new …
Feb 12, 2024 / Curious