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MPA, partners unveil strategy on green and digital shipping corridor 

The partners aim to onboard new corridor participants in 2024.

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), Port of Los Angeles (POLA), and Port of Long Beach (POLB) announced a partnership strategy for a green and digital shipping corridor (GDSC) across the Pacific Ocean.

The partnership strategy follows the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) by MPA, POLA and POLB during Singapore Maritime Week in April 2023.

The partnership, supported by C40 Cities, aims to establish a GDSC connecting the three global hub ports.

The GDSC Strategy will work on coordinating decarbonisation efforts between partners and build consensus on green shipping best practices.

It will also improve access to and adoption of technology and digital solutions and leverage networks with stakeholders involved in other green shipping initiatives.

Additionally, the ports and C40 commissioned a study to analyse trade flows and vessel traffic between Singapore, Los Angeles, and Long Beach.

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