Nike using biofuel for maritime transport

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Nike has recently entered into an agreement with CMA CGM to purchase sustainable biofuel for a part of their maritime transport.
This initiative will make an important contribution to the decarbonization of Nike’s supply chain.
Nike will use sustainable biofuel for the transportation of 36% of their volume with CMA CGM until May 31.
Through this action, Nike will reduce their carbon emissions by 25,000 tons, an important leap towards greener operations.
Committed to achieving net-zero by 2050, the CMA CGM Group supports its customers in decarbonising their supply chain with the ACT WITH CMA CGM+ range of low-carbon solutions.
Launched in 2020, the offer enables our customers to analyse their environmental footprint, reduce their carbon emissions through low-carbon alternative energies such as biofuel, LNG and biomethane, and offset residual emissions through environmental projects.
“Collaborating with a key player like Nike and taking this major step towards decarbonization is an important achievement. We are confident that our success will act as a catalyst, encouraging other carriers and customers to join us on this path to accelerate the transition towards a net-zero industry,” said, Olivier Nivoix, executive vice-president CMA CGM Group Lines.

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