To navigate the challenge of net-zero carbon emissions, Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp has joined The Silk Alliance to develop and formulate potential measures for vessel decarbonisation among members of maritime supply chain. The Silk Alliance is aimed at establishing Green Corridor Cluster and paving the pathway towards maritime decarbonisation.Initiated by the Lloyd’s Register Maritime Decarbonisation Hub, The Silk Alliance consists of members with diverse knowledge in shipping. The core-value of The Silk Alliance is to provide relatively safe, commercially viable and sustainable fleet-specific decarbonisation strategies for the members across supply chain to facilitate their decision making regarding transition strategy. The collaboration of The Silk Alliance will help the maritime industry to meet its decarbonisation commitments following COP26 under the uncertainties and investment risk of energy transition. The first phase of The Silk Alliance is to focus on building Green Corridor Cluster within Asia, and will speed up decarbonisation in the maritime industry.