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HMM’s methanol-powered ships to ply world’s first green shipping route

May 25, 2024
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SEOUL : South Korea is pursuing an ambitious project to launch the world’s first green shipping route. And 9,000 TEU methanol-fueled container ships being built by the country’s flagship carrier HMM is expected to play a leading role in establishing green shipping routes.

Speaking at a recent seminar, Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries’ Secretary of Maritime Industry Technology, Lee Chi-kyung, stated, “With the goal of pilot operation in 2027, this green shipping route will connect South Korea’s Busan and Ulsan ports with Seattle and Tacoma in . . .

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