Reducing carbon emissions in logistics requires a collaborative effort from all stakeholders in the supply chain, from suppliers to transportation companies to customers. Other initiatives to reduce carbon emissions from logistics and transportation may include optimizing the utilization of trucks and containers, reducing the number trucks and containers used for shipping and transportation, optimizing delivery routes and consolidating shipments in collaboration with suppliers. The use and doption of new and advanced technologies can help to mitigate environmental impact of transport and logistics activities with reduced carbon emission.
Our digital freight procurement solutions make the freight procurement faster, easier, cost effective and more efficient. These digital solutions help customers to get the rates for moving their shipments as LCL and LTL instead of FCL and FTL for low volume shipments. While we act as a sales channel to the logistics companies generating more business to improve their equipment utilization and reduce number of trucks used, we help shippers and consignees to get more affordable and competitive rates from multiplie suppliers to accelerate their decision making. Through end-to-end electronic doument management, we aim to help reducing the uprooting of millions of trees worldwide every year and thereby reduce CO2 emissions. The goal of carbon-free logistics is to reduce the impact of the logistics industry on the environment and to mitigate the effects of climate change. By reducing emissions from transportation, carbon-free logistics can help to create a more sustainable supply chain, reduce costs, and improve overall efficiency.
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