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Kuehne Team Malizia Building on their successful partnership, Boris Herrmann’s Team Malizia and Kuehne+Nagel are embarking on a new five year engagement including The Ocean Race 2022/23 and the Vendée Globe 2024/25.

Herrmann’s athletic performance culminated in a fifth place in this year’s Vendée Globe and created strong enthusiasm and media impact in Germany, France and many other countries around the globe.

The partnership will continue to focus on ocean science and education as well as joint key actions to enable CO2 visibility and CO2 reduction. The promotion of new fuels based on renewable energies complements the common agenda. The mission of Team Malizia is to promote ocean science and environmental education around the world whilst organising touch points and events along race stopovers for businesses to exchange on sustainability initiatives and creating opportunities to interact with local schools, scientists and the general public.

Next to Kuehne+Nagel, Hapag-Lloyd, MSC, Zurich Group Germany, Yacht Club de Monaco and others will join the common race for the future in support of the activities of Team Malizia. All partners unite behind a shared mission to support the United Nations Sustainability Goals (SDGs) and Team Malizia’s “A Race We Must Win” movement which is about increasing ambition around climate action (SDG 13) as one of the most pressing challenges of our time.

“We are all together in one boat in a race against time to find solutions for the climate crisis. Therefore, we want to highlight some of the industry solutions our partners work on, to help inspire a common vision and advocate for ever more ambitious action. The partnership with Kuehne+Nagel is about being an emotional example and ambassadors who can report authentically, since Kuehne+Nagel’s Seaexplorer visualises the carbon emissions of sea freight vessels worldwide and thus enables its customers to choose the service with the lowest CO2 emissions,” explains Boris Herrmann.

Otto Schacht, Member of the Management Board of Kuehne + Nagel International AG, responsible for Sea Logistics, says: “It is a scientifically proven fact that ocean health is ultimately important for human well-being. As part of our corporate identity, Kuehne+Nagel strives for a sustainable future. Environmental protection through CO2 transparency and reduction is one of our company’s major Net Zero Carbon goals. We are excited to continue this journey with Team Malizia to raise awareness and drive a sustainable future.”

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