Saturday 25th May 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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FedEx sets out action on emissions

FedEx says it has achieved a 37 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions intensity on a revenue basis across the enterprise since 2009 while revenue grew by 84 per cent.

DB Schenker low-carbon DC for Oslo

Schenker has opened its first low-carbon city distribution centre in Oslo which will electric cars and e-bikes to reduce CO2 emissions of city goods distribution by 80 per cent.

Hoppecke creates li-ion division

The Hoppecke Group has created a new division based in Zwickau and Paderborn, Germany known as Intilion which activities relating to its lithium-ion storage technology and ensures that the company can focus its strategy on the future demands of the lithium-ion battery market and respond better to individual customer needs.

DP World Southampton plans £5 charge for older trucks

DP World Southampton is to charge older trucks £5 per visit through its VBS system using automated number plate recognition to promote the use of Euro VI trucks and help improve air quality in Southampton city.

Mitie to electrify 20pc of fleet

Facilities management company Mitie plans to electrify 20 per cent of its fleet of smaller vehicles by 2020, and has selecting Pod Point as its charge point supplier.

XPO releases first sustainability report

XPO Logistics has released its first annual report on sustainability initiatives which sets out initiatives in North America and Europe in areas, such as safety, engagement, workplace inclusion and environmental protection. XPO intends to use its inaugural report as a baseline for future presentations.