Samskip Group, a prominent player in European intra-trade and logistics, has achieved a groundbreaking milestone by securing €22.5 million in financing for its zero-emission short-sea container vessel.
The City of Rotterdam and the City of Oslo have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to create a new Green Corridor for short sea shipping that will be served by Samskip’s next generation zero-emission SeaShuttle vessels.
ABB has been selected to provide the power distribution system for two hydrogen-fueled container ships operated by the Samskip Group. These vessels, constructed by India’s Cochin Shipyard Ltd, signify a significant stride towards greener and more sustainable shipping practices.
Samskip, a European containerline, has hired Cochin Shipyard in India to construct two hydrogen fuel cell-powered boxships.
SeaShuttle, an ambitious project to construct two hydrogen-powered, remotely controlled, and autonomously-capable containerships for delivery by 2025, has received NOK150…