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Maersk reefer train in Chile

One step closer to decarbonizing the supply chain
Maersk Line reefers

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Maersk reefer train in Chile goes from the O’Higgins region to San Antonio, transporting cold chain cargo. The company wants to deliver sustainable alternatives to help their clients achieve their own logistics decarbonization goals. Maersk’s goal is to reach zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Our media colleagues at MundoMaritimo spoke to Francisco Ulloa, Managing Director Area West Coast of South America at Maersk, to learn more in detail how the train works.

Source: MundoMaritimo

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Reefer shortage drives perishables shippers to use air cargo

Reefer shortages causing problems for US perishables shippers.

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US perishables shippers are facing the perfect storm. Capacity shortages are forcing them to transport perishables by air. In addition, US agricultural exports are facing challenges.  And fruit imports to the US from Central America are also suffering as a result of reefer containers. 

Source: The Loadstar

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Keeping reefers clean

The Institute of International Container Lessors (IICL) has issued a Technical Bulletin (RTB-008) on the cleaning of reefer containers

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Institute of International Container Lessors (IIC) issues a bulletin on the cleaning of reefers, providing guidance on the correct cleaning products to use. Cargoes and chemicals can cause damage and deterioration to the inside of reefer containers and its components. 

Source: World Cargo News

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