Smart Freight Leaders in Action
Together we can mobilize a sector transformation
Each of these Smart Freight Leaders have adopted the GLEC Framework and moved beyond reporting to implement solutions that reduce emissions, while collaborating and advocating for sector-wide change.
This led us to seek other company success stories demonstrating Smart Freight Leadership.
Together, we mobilize a sector transformation building on practical best practices from a growing group of multinationals and their partners.
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Find out how these companies became Smart Freight Leaders
A.P. Moller - Maersk is committed to ensuring that its business practices are safe, responsible and transparent, in accordance with the principles of UN Global Compact* and contributing to the UN Sustainable De...
DEUTSCHE POST DHL GROUP
Deutsche Post DHL Group’s sustainability strategy builds on the UN Sustainable Development Goals and UN Global Compact Principles. The GoGreen program drives improving the environmental performance of DPDHL’s l...
HP Inc. (formerly Hewlett Packard) estimates about 1.2 million or 3.4% of the company’s annual 36 million tonnes GHG emissions are generated from logistics. To bring personal computers and printers to markets q...
The supply of ingredients for brewing and the distribution of beer and ciders to consumers in 70 markets worldwide is a logistics challenge.
As a global logistics service provider, GEODIS’ 7 Golden Rules and 7 Leadership Principles* include being a good citizen. One of its key environmental objectives* is to monitor and reduce the environmental impa...
Volkswagen sets the TOGETHER-Strategy 2025 to become one of the world’s leading providers of sustainable mobility. Creating green practices for all Group brands that cover production, supply chain and logistics...
THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
The chemical sector, including the Dow Chemical Company, or Dow, has a strong record in health, safety and environmental performance through the Responsible Care initiative*. Logistics is a key priority given t...
As a major commodity trading company Trafigura sources, stores, blends and transports base metals and energy. It comes as no surprise that in 2018 the total shipping emissions were about 4.74 million tCO2e, whi...
DB Schenker's aim is to lead the way in the environmental protection movement by becoming the leading green logistics services provider. Of its 13 million tonnes GHG footprint (well-to-wheel), 52% is air, 27% r...
OIA Global takes a holistic approach to the supply chain, recognizing that environmental and social responsibility begins with raw material sourcing, is refined in packaging optimization and continues through m...
In 2018, FM Logistic designed and implemented a sustainable development program based on three priority areas: caring for its employees, improving the environmental footprint of its activities and developing se...
For Hapag-Lloyd, sustainability is more than just climate protection, as it also comprises ecological, economic, social and qualitative concerns in equal measure – for both today and future generations. This is...
As a global technology leader, Lenovo recognizes its role and responsibilities to operate as a sustainable business. Sustainability is a key component of Lenovo’s logistics strategy. By enhancing freight manage...
Smurfit Kappa’s sustainability priorities are forests, climate change, water, waste and people. The company shifts linear to circular flows throughout its packaging value chain: from sustainable sourcing of key...
DSV Panalpina aspires to be a leading provider of sustainable transport and logistics solutions and has set ambitious targets to reduce carbon emissions.