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The maritime industry has been on a challenging journey to deliver its long-term ambition of an eco-efficient and low emission operations model. Although there has been much progress made in this ongoing transition, there are now calls for a quantum leap in decarbonisation across all industries and sectors.
Whilst aware of the pressing need to decarbonise its activities, the industry’s road towards that end is still unclear. Operationally as well, this provides several logistical and financial obstacles for a sector still in need of harmonising its decarbonisation efforts.
With regulations now increasing and environmental consciousness growing sharply, it is critical that the port and terminal industry evolves accordingly to adapt to the newest technologies and reach the industry’s overall goal of zero-emission operations.
What are your decarbonisation plans? How are you planning to meet the future environmental regulations that are being fast-tracked by world governments?
Join this exclusive webinar from TOC Digital which took place on the 8th July 2021 to futureproof your plans. This session is joined by an expert panel featuring Lamia K Belkaid, Secretary General at Feport, Filippo Ninotti, Global Product Manager - Connection Technologies at Cavotec, Vikesh Dhanpat, Regional Product Manager EMEA -MoorMaster™ also from Cavotec, and Ashley Woods, Global Head of Environmental Improvement & HSSE Performance Insights at APM Terminals.
By attending this webinar, you will learn about:
- Setting the scene: How the green transition is being encouraged by stronger regulations
- What can we do: The green transition, made possible by technology?
- How electrification supports port and ships towards the transition
- How to implement shore power in an easy, flexible way for container operators and container vessels
- Case Study: How CMA CGM / MSC drives a cleaner shipping world thanks to shore power
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