Vincent Clerc is our CEO of Ocean & Logistics at A.P. Moller – Maersk. He has written this article published in Time Magazine on how we in Maersk adress the important green agenda for shipping and world trade.
In 2021, because of the pandemic, we saw unprecedented supply-chain disruptipnd but also took important steps toward a decarbonized and sustainable global supply chain. It was a truly industry-wide effort, with Maersk and X-Press feeders ordering what will be the world’s first container vessels running on carbon-neutral “green“ methanol—the first scalable carbon-neutral solution available for such ships—among the milestones.
Increased customer demand for green transport has helped push companies and shipowners toninvest in carbon-neutral vessels, and industry expectations are for this to not only continue in 2022, but to accelerate. Companies are waking up to the fact that progress is needed now and new solutions must be implemented on all aspects of the business. This is illustrated by the fact that the vast majority of container lines now stand firmly behind a net-zero target of, at the latest, 2050.
You can read the entire article here: I’m a CEO at One of the World’s Biggest Shipping and Logistics Companies. Here’s How My Industry Can Go Green
He has been injuried for a month. Did a 5 min sub at the end of the last game. Today he scores for Milan after 2 minutes away towards Venezia. He is 41 years old. He is Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Zlatan is top scorer in AC Milan this season even though only having played half of the games due to injuries. AC Milan is for the moment in second place of the Serie A Italian league.
There is only one. There has never been another.
New report about the EU-UK FTA from Swedish Board of Trade. A fascinating read.
✅Firms use it to a high degree, 84%
✅In particular for cars, 97%, but less for car batteries, 68%
✅Large firms perform poorer than #SMEs
✅Consumers use it to a low degree, 20%
You can read the report here: https://www.kommerskollegium.se/en/publications/reports/2021/a-post-brexit-analysis/