Logistics often make up the largest part of CO2 emissions and in order to make accurate calculations of emissions, one must have detailed knowledge and data insight about the delivery's weight, engine type of transport, degree of filling and many other factors.
Helping build sustainable futures
In 2021, EU taxonomy will bring new reporting requirements. It's mission is to recognise deep green activities and important transition activities, helping to improve environmental performance across the economy.
We help companies measure and understand how logistics activities affect their carbon footprint and how to reduce it while staying compliant with regulations.
Measure the climate footprint through your transport chain
Get an accurate measurement of greenhouse gas. From inbound shipments, via crossdock terminal where the shipment is split on different transports to new crossdock terminals where the shipments are again split to reach different end customers.
Logistics efficiency results in lower costs and lower emissions
How do you know you are choosing the most environmentally friendly option? Nowadays, very few people would change transport carrier without having a good decision basis on price and quality. This should also apply to the environment.
Our logistics experts will help you understand your data and suggest an action plan.
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