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Enabling Logistics

Enabling logistics decarbonisation

Climate action is a global imperative, requiring collective action as we navigate the energy transition.

As a leading company, MSC has a crucial role to play in decarbonising logistics. Collaboration across the supply and value chain is key to enable the investments needed to decarbonise as well as accelerate solutions at scale.

As a leading company whose business both impacts and is impacted by the climate, we have a key role to play in accelerating the energy transition as we decarbonise our operations. Climate action – including adaptation to evolving adverse weather patterns – is therefore a strategic imperative for MSC.

MSC is in a unique position to contribute to the decarbonisation of global supply chains. With the scale and breadth of our operations comes a responsibility to show leadership, by pioneering innovative, sustainable and scalable solutions. By adopting an end-to-end perspective we aim to reduce emissions across our global operations.

Taking leadership to drive the decarbonisation of shipping demands concrete action to promote the wider adoption of low- and zero-carbon fuels. We collaborate with industry peers as well as engage through multi-stakeholder platforms across the maritime ecosystem, capitalising on the interdependencies between our shipping and other sectors providing fuels, distribution systems and infrastructure.

Read more about our partnerships for decarbonisation here.

MSC is committed to the following decarbonisation goals


• Carbon intensity (EEOI) reduced to 13.61 g/mt-nm by 2023
• Carbon intensity (EEOI) reduced 70% by 2045 from 2008 baseline
• First net zero carbon emissions capable ship in service by 2030
• Complete net decarbonisation in 2050

Decarbonisation Offers

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Carbon Neutral Programme
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