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Hydrogen-powered cargo ship to export South American coffee beans to Café William in the US
Hydrogen-powered cargo ship to export South American coffee beans to Café William in the US

Hydrogen-powered cargo ship to export South American coffee beans to Café William in the US

Coffee exports from South America to a roasting plant in Quebec, US, will be powered by hydrogen cargo ships with Café William teaming with Sailcargo, revealed today (Nov 11).

Using a unique vessel named Ceiba, coffee beans will be transported on a three masted traditional topsail schooner being built at the world’s first regenerative shipyard in Costa Rica, Sailcrago said.

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