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Crowley Rhode IslandCrowley Maritime Corporation and Gov. Dan McKee recently announced the opening of the company’s new Rhode Island office to advance the development and operation of offshore wind energy installations.

The new office for the company’s New Energy division, located at CIC Providence in the Innovation and Design District, will spearhead Crowley’s delivery of services, assets and expertise.

The company will provide landside and marine logistics solutions during all phases of the offshore wind lifecycle to customers throughout the United States. This includes workforce development, port terminals and marshaling, vessel development and operation, and engineering.

“Crowley is committed to enabling the U.S. development of clean, sustainable energy through offshore wind solutions,” said Ray Fitzgerald, the company’s chief operating officer. “Our extensive expertise in supply chain services and deep experience with maritime assets will help Rhode Island and the United States meet the growing demand for new energy. We are honored to partner with Gov. Dan McKee to launch our new services.”

The Rhode Island office, 225 E. Dyer St., demonstrates Crowley’s commitment to providing innovative logistics solutions, new emerging energy sources, and the development of public-private partnerships to expand its services in the offshore wind industry.

“I am proud to welcome Crowley to Rhode Island as the latest key contributor to our state’s thriving innovation economy,” said Gov. McKee. “Crowley’s diverse expertise in the offshore wind sector and marine industry at large will be an invaluable asset as Rhode Island continues to lead the nation toward a clean, renewable energy future. We wish the Crowley team nothing but success.”

Recently, Crowley, through its New Energy subsidiary Crowley Wind Services, announced the impending purchase of 42 acres surrounding Salem Harbor Station in Massachusetts, as the company becomes the long-term offshore wind port operator for the site serving the first utility-scale U.S. offshore wind project by Vineyard Wind Partners.

Crowley also has partnered with Danish shipping company ESVAGT to increase vessel availability becoming the single-source terminal and supply chain management solution for the energy sector’s supply chain. As the largest employer of U.S. mariners, Crowley and RelyOn Nutec are partnering on programs to increase the availability of offshore wind safety training across the U.S.

“We are very pleased that Crowley’s New Energy division is joining a dozen other offshore wind–related companies in our I-195 innovation and design district,” said Rhode Island Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor. “We welcome the Crowley team, with their expertise and experience in the maritime field, to the Ocean State, and we look forward to working with the company as we further strengthen Rhode Island’s position at the center of America’s Blue Economy.”

“We are so pleased to welcome Crowley Maritime Corporation to the CIC family. Across the globe, CIC prides itself on providing a growth platform for clients that believe in building a better tomorrow,” said Rebecca Webber, CIC Providence general manager. “Here in Providence, our innovation ecosystem and Rhode Island’s geography combine powerfully to attract world-class offshore wind companies, and Crowley is clearly in that category. We look forward to supporting their success as they continue to advance renewable energy and combat climate change.”

FedEx OrbisFedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) recently announced its renewed commitment to Orbis International’s sight-saving mission with a US$3.5 million donation to help provide financial, logistics and operational support to the organization and its Flying Eye Hospital over the next five years.

The Orbis Flying Eye Hospital is a mobile teaching hospital that travels the world providing vision-saving eye surgeries and training to local eye care teams. Orbis’s cadre of more than 400 volunteer medical experts – including doctors, nurses, and others – carry out the trainings and procedures free of charge. FedEx donated the MD-10 aircraft and provides aircraft parts, maintenance, and pilot training at no cost to Orbis. The aircraft is flown by FedEx Express pilots who volunteer during their time off to navigate the plane around the world on Orbis missions. FedEx has supported Orbis for more than 33 years through more than US$27 million in donations and in-kind shipping.

“Orbis’s mission to fight avoidable blindness around the globe is very near and dear to us at FedEx and we are proud to continue our support today,” said Justin Brownlee, Senior Vice President, Aviation Safety, Technology & Business Operations, FedEx Express. “Orbis has made great strides in breaking the vicious cycle of blindness and poverty, and the impact of the organization’s work has changed countless lives around the world.”

Onboard a FedEx-donated MD-10 aircraft, Orbis’s iconic Flying Eye Hospital is the world’s only fully equipped ophthalmic teaching and training hospital. Orbis is a global organization that brings people together to fight avoidable blindness, restore vision, and help ensure no one loses their sight to preventable or treatable conditions. For nearly four decades, the Flying Eye Hospital has traveled the world delivering best-in-class training for eye care professionals in areas with the greatest need.

“For more than 30 years, FedEx has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to our mission, and we are deeply proud of and grateful for this partnership,” said Derek Hodkey, President & CEO, Orbis International. “The renewed commitment by FedEx will help us to train even more eye care professionals around the world so that they in turn can help more people to see.”

Last year, Orbis’s virtual Flying Eye Hospital projects had over 850 enrollments by participants from nine countries. Orbis expects to reach 20 countries through its virtual Flying Eye Hospital projects this year.

These efforts are part of the FedEx Cares 50 by 50 campaign to positively impact 50 million people around the world by our 50th anniversary in 2023.

Etihad Cargo booking portalEtihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of the Etihad Aviation Group, has revamped the etihadcargo.com portal to provide customers with a heightened and intuitive online experience.

The new-look website includes the introduction of quicker booking processes and streamlined flows, a personalised dashboard, recommendations, and dynamic pricing.

Following customer feedback, the site also now incorporates a new dynamic map of the carrier’s global network which provides detailed information on Etihad Cargo teams and its global network outstation capabilities.

Migrating to a customer-centric platform has cut the time customers take to complete a booking from more than two minutes previously to less than 45 seconds, equating to only 12 clicks, compared 23 needed before.

New features such as requesting shipping quotes, booking ad-hoc prices which have been negotiated offline and booking shipments based on arrival timelines have been introduced to streamline the user experience. Customers will also have the ability to create and manage booking templates based on previous purchases.

“With a fresh look and feel incorporating key features requested by customers, the site’s entire user experience has been enriched to provide improved response time and functionality across customers’ booking journeys,” explained Martin Drew, SVP Sales and Cargo at Etihad Aviation Group.

Etihad Cargo’s ongoing digital investment follows soaring online trade. The carrier registered 60 per cent growth over the past year and currently received 42.4 per cent of its booking online through its own portal and aggregators.

“The digital portfolio investment builds on the success of Etihad’s Cargo’s iCargo platform and underlines the commitment to become a leading digitised air cargo carrier that constantly innovates to sharpen the overall customer service value proposition,” Drew added.

The new Etihad Cargo platform represents a larger company-wide initiative to expand its digital portfolio to streamlining services for its customers. The initiative, which began in March 2020, saw the successful launch of a mobile app that enables anywhere, any-time tracking and real-time, on-the-go access to information including flight status.

DELTA 321Delta recently shipped its 4 millionth COVID-19 vaccine dose from the U.S. to Colombia.

As a part of the critical supply chain, Delta is supporting global efforts to end the pandemic and reconnect the world.

“I was born in Colombia but have lived in the U.S. for sixteen years, and my parents live in Bogota, so these shipments are incredibly important for me,” said Marcela Friedrich, Regional Field Operations Manager, Delta Cargo. “I feel that I am part of the solution and that I am helping to get my native country, and its economy, back to a new normal.”

Once the vaccines arrive in Bogota, Delta Cargo works with a freight company to ensure they are safely delivered where they are needed most, said Carolina Vernanza, Delta’s Airport and Cargo Manager in Bogota.

“With over 50 million people living in Colombia, the arrival of 4 million COVID-19 vaccines is a major boost and will really help Colombians to get closer to the country’s vaccination goals.”

Delta’s extensive domestic and global network combined with the airline’s proven ability to safely and effectively transport COVID-19 vaccines, supported by its unique Vaccine Watch Tower, mean that the airline has been playing an important role in the distribution of the vaccines.

“These vaccine shipments to Latin America are part of our continued focus on the safe and reliable transportation of these critical vaccines throughout the U.S. and internationally,” said Rob Walpole, Vice President-Delta Cargo. “We believe in the importance of vaccinations to save lives, and every person we help to get vaccinated is a potential life saved.”

Building experience in shipping vaccines involves years of creating an operation validated against pharmaceutical industry standards. At Delta, it also means being the first U.S. passenger airline to receive IATA’s Center of Excellence for Independent Validators Pharma Logistics Certification (CEIV) at its Atlanta hub and headquarters. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, Delta has offered tailored pharmaceutical shipping options that meet specific temperature requirements for vaccines to ensure integrity through the entire journey.

Delta’s broad and nimble global distribution network is enhanced through close coordination with airline partners including Air France KLM Martinair Cargo, Virgin Atlantic Cargo, Korean Air Cargo and Aeromexico Cargo – as well as SkyTeam Cargo partners. Together, they provide worldwide reach with stop-gap reliability and greater ability to warehouse and ship vaccines from more global hubs.

Qatar Cargo 777F 1From zero to 211 flights in just 12 months: Qatar Airways Cargo, the world’s leading cargo airline, and ECS Group, the world’s largest integrated GSSA, celebrate their first year of air cargo services out of Lyon (LYS), France.

Initially planned as a new Qatar Airways passenger service destination for the summer of 2020, prior to the upheaval of the COVID-19 pandemic, Lyon was instead subsequently set up from scratch and in record time as a highly successful cargo gateway.

Four times a week, a flexible mix of passenger-to-cargo conversions (B777-300, A350-900, B787-9, and A330) and full-freighters links Lyon, France, eastbound via Doha to more than 50 destinations across Asia, Far East and Oceania. Westbound, Qatar Airways Cargo offers numerous routes out of Lyon via its regional hubs in Liège (LGG) and Luxembourg (LUX) to North and South America.

“Qatar Airways Cargo is proud to be celebrating its first anniversary of serving Lyon, also on behalf of our passenger division who would have been carrying this flag under normal circumstances. Qatar Airways Cargo has consistently demonstrated its flexibility and dedication by providing Lyon customers with a stable, regular service as well as tailored solutions when required, despite the many challenges and restrictions resulting from the pandemic,” Kirsten de Bruijn, Senior Vice President Cargo Sales and Network Planning at Qatar Airways Cargo, said. “Against a backdrop of sky-rocketing operational and fuel costs, Qatar Airways Cargo’s commitment to unparalleled customer-centricity, and its mission to remain the number one international cargo airline, has required agility, adaptability, and determination. These core qualities are shared by our long-standing GSA partner, ECS, which has greatly contributed to successfully establishing and growing the Qatar Airways Cargo brand, services, and network within and beyond Lyon.”

The product mix out of Lyon and its extended catchment area encompassing Marseille (MRS) and Nice (NCE), includes COVID-19-related pharmaceuticals and medical supplies, local high-tech products, and general cargo: commodities that have often required fast, last-minute air lift solutions due to pandemic-related supply chain delays.

“Despite the competition increasingly returning to Lyon, our loyal customers enabled us to celebrate our first anniversary milestone by doing what no other airline has achieved so far: namely operate both a full-freighter and passenger-freighter together that same day, and generate positive bottom line results as well as full customer satisfaction,” Mathias Lepeut, Senior Regional Manager Cargo South Europe at Qatar Airways Cargo, commented. “I am extremely proud of our excellent Sales Team in France, and the committed, professional support of the ECS Group as our exclusive local GSA, for making this happen.”

“The pandemic has taught us that we need to be pragmatic, reactive, adaptable, and, of course, creative at all times. Having a Plan B is crucial to business growth, and is part of the DNA of both Qatar Airways Cargo and our dedicated GSA partner, ECS Group. Our success in Lyon, which we will continue to build on, showcases our joint business acumen and resilience in a logistics world that brings daily challenges. We thank our colleagues, our partner, and our customers for this past year in Lyon, and look forward to many more,” Kirsten de Bruijn concluded.

Etihad Cargo Inks Pharma SLA with Astral Aviation and Kenya AirwaysEtihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Aviation Group, has expanded its pharma sector reach into Africa with the signing of a Service Legal Agreement (SLA) with Astral Aviation and Kenya Airways to provide reliable and cost-effective airfreight solutions across the continent.

Operating a fleet of 14 freighters out of its Nairobi and Johannesburg hub, Astral Aviation services a network of 15 African destinations, which Etihad Cargo will leverage for increased vaccine distribution across Africa. Both carriers are members of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) and Pharma.Aero, whose joint Project Sunrays initiative offers cross-industry collaboration for pharma shippers managing complex vaccine distribution logistics.

The SLA, a first Pharma Interline agreement, ensures Etihad Cargo partners are fully compliant with latest GDP and IATA Pharma regulations and standards, and guarantees processes, from booking to handling of such sensitive goods, are standardised and performed to the highest quality.
Etihad Cargo defined the steps and responsibilities of the SLA to ease the transfer between the two airlines, boost transparency and make sure pharma specific documentation, labelling and messaging are used and shared under a precise order and form.

“In addition to significantly expanding Etihad Cargo’s reach across Africa, this inter-airline agreement ensures complete adherence to the specific requirements of pharmaceutical product transportation. Customers can be reassured that Etihad Cargo partners will expertly maintain cool chain integrity,” explained Martin Drew, Senior Vice President Sales and Cargo, Etihad Aviation Group.

Etihad Cargo is committed to shipping and storing pharmaceuticals with passive packaging between the main temperature ranges known as COL (+2 to +8°C), CRT (+15 to +25°C) and ERT (+2 to +25 °C).

“We are honoured to partner with Etihad Cargo and participate in the critical distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to and within Africa. The equitable access and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in Africa will be enhanced with the help of partnerships and collaborations within the aviation sector, such as the one enacted between Etihad Cargo and Astral, which will offer one-stop solution for the vaccines to and within Africa,” said Sanjeev Gadhia, CEO of Astral Aviation.

“Kenya Airways Cargo is excited to join Etihad Cargo in the HOPE Consortium initiative through providing logistical solutions in our home continent. With only 2.5 per cent of the African continent vaccinated against COVID-19, this will go a long way toward achieving the Africa Centre for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) to vaccinate 60 per cent of the population by the end of 2022 which will result in. This is a fundamental need and pre-requisite toward aviation recovery in Africa,” commented Peter Musola, Head of Cargo Commercial at Kenya Airways.

With Etihad Cargo’s agreement with Kenya Airways and Astral Aviation providing a timely boost in Abu Dhabi’s positioning as a global logistics hub capable of facilitating vaccine distribution in Africa, which now covers 27 offline stations and four online stations, the partnership also enhances the capabilities of the Hope Consortium – the UAE capital-based private-public sector supply chain specialist which provides global COVID aid to the world.
“The World Health Organisation has recently reported that only 2.5 per cent of African citizens are vaccinated against COVID-19 and that millions more doses are required to meet even modest targets,” explained Drew. “Through Etihad Cargo’s ever-expanding portfolio of partnerships and collaborations, the HOPE Consortium can play a greater role in meeting vaccine demand.”

Since the pandemic, Etihad Cargo has carried almost 2,500 tonnes of pharmaceuticals to Africa, including 41 dedicated flights on behalf of the UAE government. The carrier currently services 72 network destinations across the Middle East, Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas. It’s fleet of 65 aircraft operate 430 weekly rotations, in addition to charter flights which service demand across non-network destinations.

Maersk CIMCA.P. Moller - Maersk (Maersk) signed an agreement on Monday 27 September 2021 to sell its reefer manufacturer, Maersk Container Industry (MCI), to China International Marine Containers Ltd. (CIMC), headquartered in Shenzhen, China and listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

MCI will become part of a market leading company in the container equipment industry. CIMC will take over MCI’s entire organisation and assets which include the reefer factory in Qingdao, China, as well as its R&D and test engineering facilities in Tinglev, Denmark.

“We believe that we in CIMC have found a good long-term owner of MCI. The divestment of MCI is part of A.P. Moller - Maersk’s business transformation, where focus is on being an integrated container transport and logistics company creating customer value across the entire supply chain,” says Henriette Hallberg Thygesen, CEO of Fleet & Strategic Brands in A.P. Moller - Maersk and continues:

“While strengthening the synergies between the core businesses of our global integrator offering, we have reviewed the strategic fit of MCI and decided to find a new home for MCI that can ensure that the company continues to grow its reefer business through continued development and committed investments from a new owner. We have had a close relationship with CIMC for more than 30 years and we look forward to continue that partnership.”

"We believe that we in CIMC have found a good long-term owner of MCI. The divestment of MCI is part of A.P. Moller - Maersk’s business transformation, where focus is on being an integrated container transport and logistics company creating customer value across the entire supply chain." Henriette Hallberg Thygesen, CEO of Fleet & Strategic Brands in A.P. Moller - Maersk.

Founded by Maersk in 1991, MCI has been a part of the company for more than 30 years. Over the years it has transformed into a business focusing entirely on manufacturing refrigerated containers and in 2020, the company delivered its most profitable result since its foundation.

CIMC want to continue MCI’s trajectory of increasing sales and investing in new product development and believe that bringing MCI into its group will allow it to do this.

"By leveraging technology and innovation we want to create a new growth platform within cold chain. I look forward to welcoming MCI as I am very impressed by the company’s results and innovation. I am convinced that by combining MCI’s talented people and technologies with our global refrigeration business we will create an exciting future together as a key partner for our customers." Mr. Mai Boliang, Chairman and CEO of CIMC.

Star Cool will remain a key part of the way Maersk supports its customers’ cold chain needs as Maersk will continue its cooperation with MCI in the future.

The value of the transaction is USD 987.3 million on a cash and debt free basis (Enterprise Value). The agreement for CIMC to acquire MCI was signed on September 27, 2021 and is subject to regulatory approvals. The transaction is expected to close in or before 2022. Until closing, CIMC and MCI remain two separate companies and continue to run their businesses as usual.

CargoAi MASkargo 2021From its hub in Kuala Lumpur, MASkargo is significantly accelerating the digitalisation of air cargo in the APAC region by offering all of its worldwide cargo capacity, belly and freighters on CargoAi's website.

The new synergy between CargoAi and MASkargo will open up a more extensive network to all forwarding agents worldwide.

"The fact that MASkargo has chosen CargoAi as its digital distribution platform is a real sign of recognition and trust. We’ve developed digital air cargo solutions specifically for the APAC market, and it is an honour to offer our services to this major carrier. MASkargo is hitting hard with this global rollout and is clearly setting the trend for other airlines in the region," states Matthieu Petot, CEO of CargoAi.

Digitalisation of procurement and distribution processes is a major trend and has just begun to be implemented in Asian airlines.

"We are a dynamic airline with a particularly dense network, especially in Asia with about 50 destinations. CargoAi’s choice is therefore strategic. The platform is based in Singapore and has a privileged link with Asia Pacific. This is a considerable advantage for us which makes all the difference. As we expand our digital reach and to complement our current offerings, CargoAi’s specific solutions for the market make them our strategic choice partner", explains Mark Jason Thomas, MASkargo’s Chief Commercial Officer.

This cooperation consolidates the leading positions of CargoAi and MASkargo in digitalisation in Asia-Pacific.

Crowley DLA EnergyCrowley Solutions, the government services business unit of Crowley Maritime Corporation, has been awarded a multi-year contract by the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency-Energy to provide fuel management and storage services for Pacific military operations.

Crowley will provide energy logistics management and services to receive, store, protect and ship aviation-grade JP-5 turbine fuel and commercial grade Jet A-1 fuel for military forces. Services will be provided at a bulk fuel storage facility in Darwin in Australia’s Northern Territory.

“Crowley is honored the U.S. government continues to recognize and trust our record of reliable energy solutions supporting the American military around the world,” said Sean Thomas, vice president, Crowley Solutions. “This latest contract award for fuel storage services in Darwin reinforces the 70-year partnership between our nations. We look forward to bringing our highest degree of operational excellence to Australia and to strengthening partnerships with the Northern Territory.”

The term of the award is four years, with a five-year option period. The award carries a maximum value of $192.4 million.

“The Northern Territory is becoming a leading hub for defence and national security, due to our strategic location and capabilities,” said Chief Minister Michael Gunner of the Northern Territory. “This investment further cements us as Australia’s comeback capital and demonstrates our ability to deliver not only for the nation, but for our international allies.”

Lufthansa Cargo B777F FRALufthansa Cargo's fleet has grown by two Boeing 777 freighters.

The aircraft have just been registered D-ALFJ and D-ALFK and are based at the airline's home hub, Frankfurt Airport.

"We are very pleased that we can now offer our customers the capacity of a total of fifteen highly efficient wide-body freighters," said Dorothea von Boxberg, Chief Executive Officer of Lufthansa Cargo. "We will continue to flexibly manage our freighters to best serve our customers' needs. Together with the belly capacities of Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines and Eurowings Discover now coming back into the market, they are forming our dense, global network."

With the two new additions, Lufthansa Cargo's Frankfurt fleet now numbers eleven Boeing 777 freighters, in addition to the capacity of four aircraft of the same type operated by the AeroLogic joint venture.

D-ALFK is a brand-new aircraft from the Boeing facilities in Everett, Washington State and touched down for the first time at Frankfurt Airport at 06:00 a.m. local time today. With this acquisition, Lufthansa Cargo has now exercised all of its purchase options held on widebody freighters with the manufacturer. D-ALFJ is an acquisition from the used market. In order to make the freighter's capacity available to customers as soon as possible, the elaborate livery in the well-known Lufthansa design was dispensed with. Until further notice, the aircraft will be flying all in white, with only a tongue-in-cheek fuselage livery.

Also the last remaining tri-jet of Lufthansa Group – at the same time the last MD-11 aircraft registered in Europe – is now flying in a special design. Lufthansa Cargo is expressing its gratitude for more than 23 years of loyal service and is sending its D-ALCC out on its final rotations to Cairo, Tel Aviv, Chicago and New York with the greetings "Farewell" and "Thank you, MD-11" emblazoned on its fuselage. The type's active time with Lufthansa will come to an end with its last landing at Frankfurt Airport on high noon of 15 October 2021.

SOHAR and Freezone SOHAR Port and Freezone has joined hands with Oman Cricket to sponsor the forthcoming ICC Men’s T-20 World Cup, taking place in Oman and the UAE between 17 October and 14 November 2021.

His Excellency Abdulsalam Al Murshidi, Minister of Oman Investment Authority, His Excellency Basil Bid Ahmed Al Rawas, Undersecretary of Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth attended the signing ceremony in preparation to kick-off the first global event to be held in Oman.

Omar Mahmood Al Mahrizi, CEO of SOHAR Freezone and Deputy CEO of SOHAR Port, said, “This is a lifetime opportunity for Oman to host such a prestigious event and a milestone in our nation’s sporting history. SOHAR Port and Freezone always prioritises sports, health and cultural activities and we are proud to contribute to a thriving local community through sport. SOHAR’s name will be seen around the world as we reach new audiences and further position the port and freezone as one of the fastest-growing complexes of its kind.”

In his comments, Pankaj Khimji, Chairman, Oman Cricket Board, said: “The ICC T20 World Cup 2021 is a landmark event to be hosted in the Sultanate of Oman. To have leading corporates such as SOHAR Port and Freezone as one of our partners for the World Cup event is a huge endorsement of their commitment to help gain recognition for Cricket in the country. Oman Cricket Board and SOHAR Port and Freezone share a common vision to take Oman cricket to new heights, and this partnership is the first step in achieving that.”

The Cricket Academy Ground in Al Amerat will host all Group B games, which includes the Omani national team, Bangladesh, Scotland and Papua New Guinea. The top two teams in the group will advance to the second round, known as the ‘Super 12’ where they would meet one of eight already-qualified cricketing superpowers including India, Australia, England, New Zealand, Pakistan, Afghanistan, South Africa and The West Indies.

The bi-annual competition, featuring 16 of the world’s best cricket teams, is expected to be watched by a global television audience of 3.5 billion people. Muscat was named as one of the host cities alongside Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah after the International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed the tournament would be rescheduled, presenting the perfect opportunity to showcase Oman to nearly half of the world’s population.

SOHAR Port and Freezone sits at the crossroads of East-West trade and has become the gateway for consumer goods, food imports and industrial supplies into Oman and the gulf region. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, it offers a myriad of incentives for businesses and investors, including easy set-up facilities and a One-Stop-Shop for regulatory procedures. Plans are underway to expand the Port and Freezone in order to attract new investors industries to the complex while introducing energy-efficiency measures to make operations more environmentally friendly.

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