Weight of Freight: “Wait and see is not an option” in decarbonization

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MAN Energy Solutions’ Alexander Feindt joins Argus Head of Freight Alex Younevitch to discuss decarbonization and much more.

As the industry remains cautious in regards to choosing the path towards decarbonization, engine-makers are urging action. Is engine technology a bottleneck for low carbon goals? And is shipping industry driven by green agenda or green costs?

Watch our latest video podcast where we are joined by Alexander Feindt, Global Business Development Manager for Marine Four-Stroke, Man Energy Solutions.



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