Monday 19th Aug 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Google aims for circular supply chain

Google has outlined plans for a ‘circular Google’ by changing the way it manages its entire supply chain in its report “A Circular Google.”

H&M backs Maersk’s carbon-neutral shipping product

Fashion retailer H&M is supporting Maersk’s carbon-neutral shipping product, the company has revealed, saying: “It is important to the H&M Group that tangible steps towards the decarbonisation of ocean shipping are taken.”

FTA backs cities’ decision to delay CAZ

The decision by Leeds and Birmingham Councils to delay the start of their Clean Air Zones was the only step available to them, and the right thing to do, according to the Freight Transport Association.

Rethink clear air zones, says RHA

The Road Haulage Association says that the government needs to rethink its approach on improving air quality as it is failing to deliver on its own policies.

John Lewis carbon plan under scrutiny at CiTTi

John Lewis is aiming to reduce its carbon emissions in all areas, not just by converting to alternative fuels, Justin Laney of John Lewis Partnership said at the City Transport and Traffic Innovation Exhibition on Tuesday.

TIACA launches sustainability initiative

The International Air Cargo Association is establishing a new working group to define and deliver a sustainability programme for the air cargo industry.

Electric cargo trike gets market approval

The RadBurro electric cargo trike from Rad Power Bikes has received L2e-U type-approval and is set to make its European debut in June at the CiTTi exhibition at Arena MK on the 18th and 19th June 2019.