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Moët Hennessy joins initiative dedicated to sustainable maritime transport

Moët Hennessy announced its affiliation with Clean Cargo. For many years, Moët Hennessy has been shipping its products primarily by sea. The company states that this partnership demonstrates a desire to continue to make progress in sustainable maritime transport and share best practices within this community.

Clean Cargo is a business-to-business leadership initiative founded in 2004 by BSR (Business for Social Responsibility). BSR's global membership network includes over 80 members across the shipping industry, all committed to reducing the environmental impact of global freight transportation and promoting responsible shipping. Committed, innovative and visionary, Clean Cargo members have successfully reduced CO2 emissions per container carried by 9.6 percent between 2015 and 2018, and by 5.6 percent between 2018 and 2019.

"We are looking forward to working with Moët Hennessy in our collaborative effort to decarbonize maritime transport. Together, we can send strong market signals which demonstrate the strategic value of sustainability within freight operations," says Sarah Mouriño, BSR's Director of Transport and Green Freight.

For the past five years, maritime transport at Moët Hennessy has accounted for 85% to 90% of its shipments and nearly a third of its total CO2 emissions (around 10% for road transportation and <1% for air transport). Although sea freight remains the mode of transport with the least environmental impact, it still contributes to global warming, as well as air and water pollution. Moët Hennessy and the Clean Cargo Working Group are actively committed to minimizing pollution, maximizing energy efficiency and protecting marine biodiversity.

"Thanks to the work of our teams over many years to promote maritime transport, we have kept CO2 emissions from the transport of our products under control. With this partnership, we will be able to better measure these CO2 emissions from one port to another and find solutions to further reduce our overall carbon footprint." Sandrine Sommer, Chief Sustainability Officer, Moët Hennessy.


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Moët Hennessy joins initiative dedicated to sustainable maritime transport

Moët Hennessy announced its affiliation with Clean Cargo. For many years, Moët Hennessy has been shipping its products primarily by sea. The company states that this partnership demonstrates a desire to continue to make progress in sustainable maritime transport and share best practices within this community.

Clean Cargo is a business-to-business leadership initiative founded in 2004 by BSR (Business for Social Responsibility). BSR's global membership network includes over 80 members across the shipping industry, all committed to reducing the environmental impact of global freight transportation and promoting responsible shipping. Committed, innovative and visionary, Clean Cargo members have successfully reduced CO2 emissions per container carried by 9.6 percent between 2015 and 2018, and by 5.6 percent between 2018 and 2019.

"We are looking forward to working with Moët Hennessy in our collaborative effort to decarbonize maritime transport. Together, we can send strong market signals which demonstrate the strategic value of sustainability within freight operations," says Sarah Mouriño, BSR's Director of Transport and Green Freight.

For the past five years, maritime transport at Moët Hennessy has accounted for 85% to 90% of its shipments and nearly a third of its total CO2 emissions (around 10% for road transportation and <1% for air transport). Although sea freight remains the mode of transport with the least environmental impact, it still contributes to global warming, as well as air and water pollution. Moët Hennessy and the Clean Cargo Working Group are actively committed to minimizing pollution, maximizing energy efficiency and protecting marine biodiversity.

"Thanks to the work of our teams over many years to promote maritime transport, we have kept CO2 emissions from the transport of our products under control. With this partnership, we will be able to better measure these CO2 emissions from one port to another and find solutions to further reduce our overall carbon footprint." Sandrine Sommer, Chief Sustainability Officer, Moët Hennessy.


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