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APM Terminals commits to green port environment

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By Godwin Oritse

The Managing Director of APM Terminals Apapa, Mr. Martin Jacob says the company is committed to the development of a green port environment and its  sustainability.

Jacob said this during a tree planting exercise at the terminal in Apapa, Lagos as part of the company’s 2017Go Green  campaign.

He said, “APM Terminals is proud to be participating in the  Go Green  campaign.  Go Green  is an awareness building program started by the Global Ports Group (GPG), an association of port and terminal operators, collaborating on key Environmental, Health, Safety and Security topics.

“This year, the GPG’s Environment Group has been focused on a number of activities and technologies to drive the reduction of CO2 emission from terminal operations, particularly through alternative fuels, renewable power generation, and hybrid and electric container handling equipment.”

APM Terminals teamed up with other leading container terminal and port operators to launch the  Go Green  initiative in 2015.

It is the first ever joint industry initiative to promote environmental awareness and make a sustainable difference in the communities in which the leading port companies operate.

“This is the right thing to do for the environment, for the communities we operate in, and our employees.



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