Shaping the future of Multimodal Transport

Unifeeder invests in CNG

As a true door-to-door provider of multimodal transport solutions and front runner of #LNG operated container vessels, we are committed to support the supply chain of our customers with sustainable logistical alternatives. Since 2017 Unifeeder has been operating the first retrofitted LNG container feeder vessel in the world. Since its conversion, the vessel consumed approx. 5400 tons of LNG and has proven that a container feeder vessel can be retrofitted successfully and contribute to a cutback of air pollution. You can read more about the story here

Our ambitions however, do not end on sustainable sea transport solutions. Unifeeder is also proud to announce that we are extending our inland service offering with natural gas trucks #CNG which can further reduce CO2 emissions from trucks by up to 30 percent compared to diesel and gasoline. 

 

Being a key player in global and regional supply chains, we recognize our environmental responsibilities and we are committed to contribute to a further reduction of local as well as global carbon footprint. Find out more about how multimodal solutions can shape the future of greener transport.  

 

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