A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) has announced that Flying Tiger Copenhagen will transport its entire ocean freight transport volume under Maersk care with the ECO Delivery solution from 2024.
With ECO Delivery, Maersk customers can handle ocean transports completely with certified green fuels such as second-generation biofuel based on waste feedstocks and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ocean logistics.
These fuels are replacing conventional fossil fuels on containerships in Maersk’s fleet. The corresponding GHG emission savings are confirmed to the customers with a certificate.
The emissions of these seaborne transports are being reduced by over 80 per cent on a lifecycle basis compared to the usage of conventional fossil fuels.
ECO Delivery Ocean transports will be exempted by Maersk from EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) charges. Furthermore, customers reportedly benefit from fixed prices for the green fuels.
ECO Delivery will also become available for airfreight cargo as well as landside transports in certain areas.
Martin Jermiin, CEO of Flying Tiger Copenhagen, said: “We want to be the frontrunners in the green transition of the retail industry and do our part to pass on a better globe to future generations.
“We want to offer affordable products which are good for the environment and ultimately end dependency on virgin fossil materials and fuels. With ECO Delivery, we have found an efficient solution for avoiding emissions from our maritime logistics and are pleased to have a like-minded partner at our side here in Maersk.
Nordic Area Head of Sales at Maersk, Stig Kirkegaard, said: “It’s great to see retail companies like Flying Tiger Copenhagen being among the pioneers and largest users of our ECO Delivery Ocean solution to reduce their greenhouse gas footprint from their logistics activities, and it’s an even greater pleasure to see such a close partner as Flying Tiger Copenhagen joining the growing group of Maersk customers transporting 100 per cent of their ocean cargo with Maersk under ECO Delivery.”