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Award for exemplary cleanliness

BREMEN. This year, bremenports again gave out an award to the most environmentally friendly fleet and the cleanest ship. The greenports award for the shipping company with the most environmentally friendly fleet went to the Evergreen line, which visited the ports of Bremen a total of ten times in 2019 with its ships Ever Lucky and Ever Lifting. The winners were determined based on the values of the 2019 Environmental Ship Index (ESI). With an ESI fleet average of 53.8 points, the Evergreen ships achieved a very good fleet value. bremenports director Robert Howe (2nd from r.) handed the certificate to representatives of the shipping company on 9 October. The prize for most environmentally friendly ship went to the Olympic Orion, which berthed a total of twelve times in the Bremen ports. With 71.1 points, the ship belonging to Olympic Subsea ASA obtained the best score since the award was first presented in 2013. The Olympic Orion is a 98.3-metre multipurpose offshore vessel with diesel-electric propulsion and a reduced fuel consumption. It is used by the Norwegian shipping company for all sorts of work under the water’s surface and with renewable energy.

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