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Major marine supplier to provide container fleet with green fuels

Seaspan has a new strategy underway, through which the major tonnage provider plans to use its network to enter a number of a new business areas, with one area being delivery of green fuel to its customers.

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The world’s largest provider of container vessels, Hong Kong-registered Seaspan, is finalizing a new strategy, which on a general level concerns strengthening the gains from the knowledge and network that the company has built up over the years.

This takes place after the company, headquartered in Vancouver, has backed the industry’s largest newbuild program, which will be executed and delivered to the market within the coming years.

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