Following in the footsteps of AP Moller Maersk’s Ocean ECO Delivery product launched in 2019, Maersk Japan will be launching a pilot to offer customers sustainable drayage in Japan. It will utilize renewable diesel to provide immediate carbon emission reductions. This will be the first permanently fixed green solution for container drayage in Japan and promises to reduce carbon emissions for container drayage operations by up to 80% based on lifecycle analysis.The renewable biodiesel is sourced from Itochu Corporation/Itochu Enex who uses ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification) certified used cooking oil as feedstock. The fuel is then imported into Japan and put into specific container drayage trucks to carry containers of customers who purchased the service from Maersk.Initially, the pilot will be launched in the Yokohama Kanagawa area providing drayage connections to and from the Yokohama port. The plan is to expand the solution to other parts of Japan, namely Kobe and Nagoya, over the next couple of years.