Europris Partners with Maersk to Reduce GHG Emissions

Europris, a leading retail company in Norway, has partnered with Maersk to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from seaborne logistics. Europris will use Maersk's ECO Delivery product, which offers customers the opportunity to transport their goods completely with certified green fuels. This will reduce Europris' GHG emissions by over 80%, or over 3,270 tons CO2e in 2023.

"The reduction of our greenhouse gas emissions is an important strategic goal for our company," said Pål-Christian Andersen, Logistics Director at Europris. "The cooperation with partners that seek modern solutions and opportunities are therefore imperative for achieving our ambitions."

Europris is committed to reducing its environmental impact and has set a goal of becoming a carbon-neutral company by 2050. The company is taking a number of steps to achieve this goal, including investing in renewable energy sources and improving its energy efficiency.

"We are very excited to be working with Europris to help them reduce their GHG emissions," said Birna Odefors, Managing Director of Maersk's Area Nordics. "We believe that sustainability is a critical issue and we are committed to helping our customers achieve their environmental goals."

Maersk's ECO Delivery product is a key part of the company's sustainability strategy. The product is certified by the Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG), which means that it meets the highest environmental standards.

"We are proud to offer our customers a product that can help them reduce their GHG emissions without compromising on quality or service," said Odefors. "We believe that ECO Delivery is a valuable tool for any company that is serious about sustainability."

The partnership between Europris and Maersk is a positive example of how companies can work together to reduce their environmental impact. By using Maersk's ECO Delivery product, Europris is making a significant contribution to the fight against climate change.

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