Electricity has helped us all along. Now it actually moves us.

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Decarbonisation has never looked or sounded this good

Our commitment to e-mobility is part of our larger commitment to securing a sustainable future. Through investment, innovation and partnerships, we are transforming our fleet to reduce emissions today, and take steps towards a sustainable tomorrow.

Our transition to a green fleet is underway

As part of our investment in eMobility, we are in the process of introducing 127 heavy duty electric trucks to our fleet throughout Europe. This is a step forward in our development of sustainable logistics solutions, putting us on the road to a 25% electric fleet by 2030 and zero net emissions by 2050.

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Electric trucks

We are committed to cutting our emissions and leading the way toward more sustainable transport solutions by replacing our diesel trucks with electric trucks.


Shore power

Our shore power facilities make it possible for the ferries to turn off the ship’s generators while in port, therefore reducing emissions and air pollutants.



Onze laadstations bieden de infrastructuur die nodig is voor onze elektrische vrachtwagens en helpen zo de uitstoot in de hele toeleveringsketen te verminderen.



By working with industry leaders in sustainable transition, we are working to reduce our carbon emissions by 45% by 2030 and become carbon neutral by 2050.


Together with Danish Crown, we invest significantly in initiatives that create reductions immediately and in the long run. This partnership is, therefore, also an investment in developing optimal solutions and processes that can pave the way for further reduction. To officially start this journey together we also deployed six new electric trucks into Danish Crown’s road transportation fleet.

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Shore power in Copenhagen

Working together with Copenhagen Malmö Port and Actemium, we have established a shore power facility at our ferry terminal in Copenhagen. The facility enables our passenger ferries to shut off their engines while in port, which will significantly reduce carbon emissions, cut noise pollution and create an all-around better harbor environment. Joint shore power facilities at our Gothenburg and Oslo terminals, the Copenhagen project is the latest in an ongoing initiative to electrify our terminals and create more sustainable transit hubs.

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On our way to a sustainable future

Our commitment to electromobility is part of our larger commitment to a carbon-free future. Through innovation and partnership, we are working to reduce our carbon emissions by 45% by 2030 and to become carbon neutral by 2050. In conjunction with other initiatives, our effort to develop more and more electromobility solutions plays a key role in immediately reducing carbon emissions and helping us take steps towards a sustainable future.

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