Tags: carbon dioxide (co2) emissions
DSV in Valencia, Spain moves to a new facility
Our Road office moves to the same address as the cross-docking facility
Panalpina Singapore goes green with new biodiesel trucks for L’Oréal Travel Retail Asia Pacific
Panalpina Singapore has launched new biodiesel trucks to serve its global customer L’Oréal Travel Retail Asia Pacific. By 2020, 100 percent of L’Oréal’s strategic suppliers will be participating in their supplier sustainability program, and Panalpina has reached this milestone ahead of schedule.
New sustainability pact between Panalpina and CMA CGM
Panalpina, the world’s fourth biggest ocean freight forwarder by transport volumes, and CMA CGM, one of the world’s leading shipping groups, have signed a sustainability agreement aimed at reducing their respective carbon emissions by 2025. As of 2020, newbuild LNG-powered mega-vessels with a capacity of 22,000 twenty-foot containers (TEUs) will help achieve the environmental goals.
Shine on you: Panalpina to manage seven solar plants in Australia
Panalpina continues its work in renewable energy in Australia with seven new solar farms awarded by a leading electrical and communications engineering solutions consortium. The scope of work includes site coordination, shipping, customs clearance, and the entire landside logistics from Asia, Europe and USA.
Panalpina scores hat trick in sustainability
In a hat trick of sustainability-focused achievements, Panalpina has become globally certified to the highest environmental management standard, reached a gold rating for its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts and won an award for business excellence in Europe.
Testing hybrid trucks in Sweden
Using a combination of biodiesel and electricity to power trucks will reduce unhealthy carbon dioxide emissions.
CNH Sustainability Logistics Supplier of the year
Based on our pioneering work with biofuel in Sweden, we received CNH Industrial's green award.
Panalpina sets ambitious CO2 emissions targets for 2025
Following last year’s UN Climate Talks in Paris and as part of a global effort to mitigate climate change, Panalpina has delivered on its promise and set science-based emissions targets for the coming years. Panalpina is now one of 32 international companies to have such targets that have been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative.
Sweden - the first country with fossil free domestic goods traffic
With the transition to synthetic diesel made from vegetable oils and abattoir waste, DSV Sweden expects to reduce carbon emissions from domestic goods traffic by 90%.
Panalpina expands exclusive LCL ocean freight offering
Less than Container Load (LCL) services are an important tool for shippers to optimize their international supply chains. Expanding and improving the global LCL network therefore remains a key priority for Panalpina and it now offers four sailings per week from Shanghai to Singapore, an industry first, and two new exclusive services from Egypt to Singapore and from India to Switzerland via Italy.
Panalpina reports on sustainability progress during 2015
During 2015, Panalpina continued its commitment to reducing its environmental impact, with a focus on greenhouse gas emissions. At the UN Climate Talks in Paris held in December 2015, it was announced that Panalpina was one of over 100 international companies and the only logistics company so far to commit to set reduction targets as part of the Science Based Targets Initiative.
Panalpina continues to gain ground in climate disclosure program
Panalpina has received its highest Carbon Disclosure Project supply chain program score to date, reaching a score of 94 points out of 100. Furthermore, during the UN Climate Talks in Paris earlier this month, it was announced that Panalpina is one of 114 international companies that have committed to set science-based emissions targets as part of a global effort to mitigate climate change.
On the flight path to becoming carbon neutral
"In the future, Panalpina intends to make CO2 calculations available ahead of the shipment process," says Meeta Mahajan, corporate quality and project manager at Panalpina in the fall edition of the TIACA Times.
Panalpina highlights progress in 2014 Corporate Sustainability Report
Panalpina today released its 2014 Corporate Sustainability Report, showcasing the progress it has made in its sustainability performance and programs. The company reduced its paper and water usage, energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.The report was prepared in accordance with the latest standards of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).