Friday 19th Jul 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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TDG introduces carbon measuring service

TDG has created a carbon ratings scheme to evaluate the environmental performance of different parts of its business, allowing the company to make internal comparisons and measure its overall progress.

Sustainability is key to supply chain development

There is a strong correlation between sustainability and the future supply chain of the consumer products and retail industry, according to a new study by the Global Commerce Initiative together with Capgemini.

Maersk reports reduced CO2 emissions

A.P. Moller - Maersk has reported a three per cent decrease in carbon dioxide emissions for its fleet of container vessels and tankers in the last year, with a total reduction of 8.9 per cent in the six years from 2002 – 2007.

Green impact

In stark contrast to the strong rating of the significance of green issues to the development of the business only 23 per cent measure the carbon footprint of their products Over the last decade outsourcing the manufacturer of goods to distant, low-cost

TDG confirms environmental standpoint

TDG is introducing a series of initiatives to support its environment policy statement published earlier in the year, which will look at preventing pollution, improving efficiency, reducing the burden and checking progress.

JF Hillebrand creates carbon calculator

JF Hillebrand unveiled its Transport Carbon Calculator at the London International Wine Fair to enable wine and spirits distributers to measure their carbon footprint.

Reducing emissions

Forklift truck drivers have the highest exposure to diesel engine exhaust emissions in the surface industry, equivalent to that of workers in coal mines, according to a survey by the Health & Safety Executive.