The GoodShipping Program | How it works
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How it works

The GoodShipping Program follows four simple steps

 

1. Determine your impact 

Based on the level of sustainable ambition and/or available budget, the cargo owners determines the desired level of impact by indicating the percentage or part (like trade lane; product category; et cetera) of its ocean freight volume the cargo owners wants to submit into the GoodShipping Programma.

 

2. Facilitation of the fuel switch

On behalf of the cargo owner, the GoodShipping Program committee enables the fuel switch – replacing heavy fuel oil with sustainable marine biofuel onboard of a preselected container vessel operating on the preferred Good Trade Lane.

 

3. CO2-benefits allocation

The environmental benefits are quantified and protected from double claims. The CO2-benefits are allocated to the participating members. Three statements are awarded to the customer regarding sustainability; carbon accounting; and market impact. The carriers and cargo owners can continue business as usual.

Member benefits

As a participating corporate you will also receive the following from GoodFuels on an annual basis: