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Transport and logistics solutions provider Scan Global Logistics (SGL) has announced it has entered into a ‘multimillion-dollar’ marine biofuel partnership with container shipping company Hapag-Lloyd.

In a statement issued today (14 May), SGL said the companies have embarked on a forward-looking initiative to integrate biofuels, derived from renewable source, into their shipping operations.

‘This partnership not only allows us to reduce emissions but also reinforces our commitment to delivering sustainable logistics solutions that benefit our customers and society as a whole,’ said Mads Drejer, Global COO & CCO at Scan Global Logistics.

Tom De Wilde, Senior Director Global Sales at Hapag-Lloyd, added: ‘We are delighted to have SGL as our valued partner supporting our Ship Green initiative. Together, we are demonstrating our shared dedication to decarbonisation and driving positive change in the shipping industry – in line with Hapag-Lloyd’s commitment to operate a net-zero fleet by 2045.’

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