Biofuel tested aboard container ship

Container line HMM has tested biofuel on a container ship, which sailed form Asia to the east coast of the US. Like some of its competitors, HMM aims to be carbon neutral by 2050.

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Container line HMM has just completed the test, where one of the company’s vessels has sailed on biofuel.

The ship in question is the container ship "HMM Dream", which was refueled with biofuel at the Port of Busan, South Korea, at the end of November. The vessel then sailed from Asia to the east coast of the US in 10 days, HMM announced.

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