Decarbonizing the logistics industry
Of late, the shipping and other industries have come under the lens of decarbonization. The logistics industry is also under increasing pressure to move forward and adopt sustainable and greener practices. According to a report by Stand.earth and Clea Mobility Collective, global delivery and e-commerce companies’ last-mile emissions amount to approximately 4.5 megatons of CO2.
CSA advances to build next-generation logistics ecosystem
The Coastal Sustainability Alliance (CSA), an industry collaborative effort led by Kuok Maritime, has formalised the addition of 11 new members at Singapore Maritime Week 2023’s MarineTech Conference, graced by Guest of Honour Mr Chee Hong Tat, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Finance & Ministry of Transport. The contributions from the new members will
Monjasa steps up green fuel push
Monjasa, a Danish bunker supplier, has inked a landmark agreement with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP)-managed power-to-x project HØST PtX Esbjerg on logistics and offtake of green ammonia for the maritime sector. Described as one of Europe’s largest facilities of this kind, the wind and solar-powered project aims to produce around 600,000 tonnes of green ammonia
DB Schenker turns to biofuel for shipping
DB Schenker is the first logistics company to turn its entire LCL volumes with CMA CGM to regular carbon-free production. The company has signed a purchase contract for over 2,500 tons of biofuel with CMA CGM, a global leader in shipping and logistics, which is more than required to transport all LCL (Less-than Container Load).
How sea shipping has many inherent advantages over other forms of logistics
The global logistics industry accounts for a massive share of carbon emissions. To put it, an perspective estimated 7% of global carbon emissions result from logistics operations and freight. Notably, the carbon footprint activities need to be lowered by at least 20% to achieve the Paris Accord goal of attaining net-zero emissions between 2050-2100. Companies