GCT signs onto Canada’s Net Zero Challenge

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This week, GCT Global Container Terminals (GCT) formally signed onto the federal government’s Net Zero Challenge. Following the recommendations and actions set out in the Government of Canada’s 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan, GCT will build on the investments we have already made to reduce emissions by expanding the light-duty fleet electrification through the introduction of three electric vehicles, including a 19-passenger minibus, a delivery vehicle, and a security truck; adding 6 new electric ship-to-shore cranes; installing LED lighting; and investing in low-emission container handling equipment. In addition to decarbonizing our on-site operations, GCT is also dedicated to supporting the federal government’s work with the other signatories of the Clydebank Declaration, as we all work towards establishing green shipping corridors that will accelerate broader decarbonization of the shipping sector and its fuel supply.

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