Rhenus announces FCL partnership for intra-Asia

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The partnership with CNC (part of CMA-CGM group) shows the commitment of Rhenus towards achieving carbon neutrality for full-container-load (FCL) transportation and providing intra-Asia customers with more sustainable shipping options.

Leading global logistics provider Rhenus has partnered with intra-Asia shortsea specialist CNC to compensate outstanding carbon emissions for all FCL shipments arranged via the partner. This initiative has already started and is offered at no additional cost to the customers.

The partnership with CNC aims to provide customers with tools and options to understand and reduce their environmental footprint, as well as compensate on the remaining emissions. The diverse range of projects covers areas including forestry, renewable energies, and blue carbon. Projects available are compliant with environmental declaration ISO norms and are third-party verified. A transparent and documented framework for each project is available to companies upon request by the customers.

“The partnership with CNC is a key milestone for Rhenus to achieve its goal of becoming carbon-neutral by 2045 for ocean FCL transportation and be a leading industry player in sustainable logistics. With this initiative, we hope to work together with more companies to generate awareness and reduce their environmental impact, while generating social environmental benefits to the communities involved. We will continue to explore and strengthen partnerships with core carriers to make FCL carbon-neutral,” said Alberto Martinez, COO of Ocean Freight Asia Pacific at Rhenus Air & Ocean.

CNC currently offers over 60 services, and has a service network covering Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.

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22 November 2022 |

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