Hapag-Lloyd teams up with Ankeri for fleet decarbonization


The collaboration aims to deliver tangible results in reducing emissions and fostering a more sustainable approach to global shipping operations.

Hapag-Lloyd teams up with Ankeri for fleet decarbonization
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Liner shipping company Hapag-Lloyd has entered into a transformative contract agreement with Ankeri Solutions, a software company specializing in maritime decarbonization solutions.

This partnership aims to support Hapag-Lloyd’s ambitious decarbonization strategy by leveraging this long-standing partnership and Ankeri’s advanced toolset.

This selected suite builds on the existing digital infrastructure provided by Ankeri and combines the strengths of several business units to support the fleet transition efforts.

Arne Maibohm Hapag-Lloyd’s Director Decarbonization, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “We are thrilled to join forces with Ankeri on our decarbonization journey. This collaboration marks a significant step in our continuous efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of our fleet and is in line with our goal to become net-zero carbon by 2045. By integrating Ankeri’s state-of-the-art digital tools, we aim to contribute meaningfully to more sustainable shipping operations.”

Ankeri Solutions’ CEO, Kristinn Aspelund echoed this sentiment, stating, “We are proud to support Hapag-Lloyd in their commitment to sustainability. Our innovative software solutions are tailored to empower shipping companies to leverage their data in their journey towards decarbonization. We look forward to working closely with Hapag-Lloyd and contributing to their success in achieving their ambitious environmental goals.”

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