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Southern California agency to unilaterally develop emissions cut rules at rail yards
The South Coast Air Quality Management District says it will create rules to reduce emissions at Southern California rail yards because Union Pacific insists on including public financing as a precondition for participating in the more collaborative MOU process.
Maersk to invest $500 million in Southeast Asia logistics even as integrator model struggles
The spending program will target the company’s logistics and services arm with a “substantial amount of investment” earmarked for its ocean and terminals infrastructure in the region.
Europe’s ocean trades may see overlapping CO2 charges: DNV
The IMO’s global market-based emissions-cutting measure will be introduced in 2027 when it will clash with Europe’s ETS and could force shippers to comply — and pay for — two CO2-reducing systems at the same time, classification societies believe.