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Holcim US, part of the global sustainable construction group Holcim, has become a founding member of the Blue Sky Maritime Coalition, as part of its mission to build a net zero future. Photo courtesy of Holcim US

Holcim US, part of the global sustainable construction group Holcim, has become a founding member of the Blue Sky Maritime Coalition, as part of its mission to build a net zero future.

The company has partnered with other industry stakeholders to seek ways to achieve zero carbon emissions through various workflows including technology, policy, finance and measurement. Holcim operates maritime assets on the ocean, Great Lakes and inland waterways, making advancements in clean maritime technologies a priority to significantly reduce its carbon footprint.

“To foster a more sustainable and climate-conscious approach in all of our operations, Holcim is always looking for ways to strategically partner with other entities that share the same values,” said Jared Stull, Vice President of integrated supply chain at Holcim US. . “With this in mind, we are proud to be a founding member of the coalition and to engage in collaboration with the other members to achieve our common goals of maritime transport transformation.”

Previously, Holcim US has prioritized sustainability by offering low-carbon cements and concretes, as well as incorporating zero-emission vehicles to reduce diesel fuel usage.