CMA CGM creates a USD 1.5 billion Special Fund for Energies to accelerate the energy transition in shipping and logistics

  • A five-year investment and a dedicated team to drive the energy transition.
  • The objective is to accelerate decarbonization across shipping, inland, and logistics operations globally.
  • A major commitment to developing energy-saving and energy-efficient solutions.

The CMA CGM Group announced today that it is creating a Special Fund for Energies, backed by a five-year, USD 1.5 billion budget, to accelerate its energy transition and achieve net-zero carbon by 2050.

The Fund will invest to support the industrial production of new fuels, as well as low-emission mobility solutions across the Group’s business base (maritime, overland and air freight shipping; port and logistics services; offices). It will help to support a global innovation platform developed alongside large corporations, SMEs, start-ups, and the academic and scientific community.

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