The ports of Rotterdam and Singapore are launching the longest Green Corridor in the world

The ports of Rotterdam and Singapore are launching the longest green corridor in the world for efficient and sustainable shipping in august this year, the port of rotterdam authority and the maritime and port authority of Singapore signed an agreement for the longest green and digital corridor in the world, to bring about the first sustainable shipping on this route in 2027.

As Singapore and Rotterdam are among the largest bunker ports in the world, they are indispensable links in the busy Asian-european shipping lanes. Work on sustainable available alternatives (e. G. Biofuels) and synthetic fuels, hydrogen and hydrogen-based variants, such as ammonia and methanol, is in progress.

The agreement was signed by Allard Castelein, CEO of the Port of Rotterdam Authority, and Quah Ley Hoon, CEO of the port of Singapore, at the World Cities Summit in Singapore in the presence of the Singaporean Minister of Transport, Iswaran, and the mayor of Rotterdam, Aboutaleb.

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