Shipping article(s)
July 17, 2017

APL reduced its carbon dioxide emissions by 48% in 2016 compared to its base level in 2009, the seventh year in a row in which the shipping line has improved its environmental performance.


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According to APL, the result was verified by Lloyd’s Register Group in accordance with the Clean Cargo Working Group verification protocol and the ISO14064-3:2006 standard.


“APL is pleased to register our best carbon reduction performance as yet, improving our fleet emission level by about 3%, versus our reduction in 2015,” said Nicolas Sartini, chief executive officer of APL. “APL prides ourselves as a responsible carrier and will persevere in our pursuits of environmental excellence as we facilitate global trade.”


APL aims to reduce CO2 emissions per container transported by 30% from 2015 to 2025, a target set by the CMA CGM Group. APL will also continue developing cold-ironing and ballast water treatment technology.


“APL believes that every stakeholder plays a role in protecting our environment,” said Sartini. “This is also why our sustainability programmes are being extended to our customers so that they too can make a difference in reducing carbon footprint via their shipments with APL. Through collaborative opportunities, we seek to help APL shippers design and manage their green supply chain.”

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