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ARTEIXO - Spanish fashion giant Inditex, which owns brands including Zara, has linked up with freight group Maersk in a bid to reduce the carbon footprint of shipping products from its suppliers.

Under the agreement, Maersk will use alternative green fuels - which it says reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by more than 80% per litre compared to conventional fossil fuels - for all the inbound routes it carries for Inditex.

Maersk replaces fossil fuels on its ships with certified green fuels, including green methanol or second generation biodiesel based on waste feedstocks, through its 'Eco Delivery Ocean' programme.

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