Wednesday 19th Jun 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Counting the carbon costs

What happens when costs just don’t stack up with a green initiative? This was the thorny issue put to a select group of senior supply chain practitioners at a discussion group hosted by recruitment consultants, Odgers Ray & Berndtson, and AT Kearney

Environmental impact under review

More than 40 companies met at a series of workshops to find better ways of measuring the impact of the supply chain on the environment.

Carbon offset plan for air cargo company

Air Charter Service, the cargo and passenger air chartering company, is to off-set CO2 emissions generated by its worldwide offices purchased through The CarbonNeutral Company.

Green and mean

How do you balance 'lean' with 'green'? Consumers want goods that have been ethically sourced and delivered in an environmentally responsible way - however they are not keen on paying extra for them. So to what degree can the FMCG sector accommodate thes