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Samskip launches new green project to reduce emissions from its vessels

Samskip has recently started a new creative project to decrease carbon dioxide emissions from its ships.

Samskip's Carbon Capture and Utilization system is a smart and sustainable application that catches 30% of CO2 emissions from combustion engines in real time and saves it in portable batteries.

These batteries can then be shipped to companies that use CO2, such as farming customers and greenhouses, which currently use gas-powered equipment to generate the CO2 required to promote product development.

The captured CO2 can then be used directly, eliminating the need for gas-powered equipment and thus decreasing the use of natural gas.

Samskip recently received the EcoVadis Gold Medal for 2023 based on our performance in Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics, and Sustainable Procurement. Also, HMM, South Korea's flagship carrier headquartered in Seoul, had been given a gold rating by EcoVadis, a provider of business sustainability ratings.





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