Denmark’s Maersk is partnering with customers, deploying big data and upgrading its fleet to make shipping more sustainable

Danish shipping company Maersk Line has cut emissions per container moved by 42% since 2007, and is aiming for 60% by 2020. It has cut fuel consumption through a basket of measures: choosing optimal routes given wind and currents; slower speeds; and cargo planning.

“An important aspect of...

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