A Maersk Company is adding 16 new, Volvo VNR Electric Class 8 trucks to its transportation fleet to replace 16 diesel trucks as part of Maersk’s Environment Social Governance strategy to decarbonize logistics. The order reflects the company’s responsible procurement efforts to integrate ESG into its business activities. In addition to zero tailpipe emissions, the Volvo VNR Electric trucks simplify maintenance and improve working conditions for drivers by offering state-of-the-art responsiveness, a quieter cab free of engine-related vibrations, and by eliminating exposure to diesel fuel and exhaust.Volvo Trucks is leading in Class 8 heavy-duty battery-electric electromobility solutions. Built in a Dublin, Virginia factory - the order will arrive in Q4 and reflects the largest order of VNR Electric models to date of Volvo electric trucks.Performance Team, a Maersk Company, is participating in a State of California South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) grant to reduce emissions in the transportation sector by replacing diesel trucks with electric trucks and creating new, future charging infrastructure. El Segundo, California-based Performance Team operates a North America warehousing and distribution network of 45 locations and a fleet of 215 trucks. The company will soon integrate Maersk’s North America new E-commerce logistics acquisition, Visible Supply Chain Management’s nine fulfillment centers for enhanced direct-to-consumer services.