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How to Build Sustainability Into Your Supply Chain

fuckyeahlogistics:

Sustainability is a growing issue in the supply chain management. With stricter laws on the way and the ever increasing pressure from third parties, companies need to incorporate sustainability into their supply chains.

Follow the link to Inc.com to learn more on how to start being greener: click here

(Reblogged from fuckyeahlogistics)

mabelmoments:

Cargo containers in Sendai. Photograph: Itsuo Inouye/AP

(Reblogged from mabelmoments)
One way to make your company’s operations more sustainable is to do business with vendors who are also working to become more sustainable.  
For example, if your company uses ocean freight, consider doing business with Maersk which is making great strides towards minimizing its impact on the environment by, among other things, adding world class fuel and energy efficient ships to its fleet.  

One way to make your company’s operations more sustainable is to do business with vendors who are also working to become more sustainable.  

For example, if your company uses ocean freight, consider doing business with Maersk which is making great strides towards minimizing its impact on the environment by, among other things, adding world class fuel and energy efficient ships to its fleet.  

(Reblogged from hojehavaloreslocais)

How much?  How fast?  How green?  

DHL predicts its customers will soon consider environmental impact right alongside cost and transit time, and is preparing accordingly.  

(Reblogged from dellcreative)

healthlitchick:

Time: Old Shipping Containers Are New Housing Trend

The steel boxes can be found everywhere from Miami’s posh Art Basel show to a 50-container apartment complex in Salt Lake City, and are being considered as a possible source of disaster-relief housing.

…Reusing old containers not only helps reduce a project’s carbon footprint, but the modular nature of cargotecture — drop the containers anywhere with a crane — also reduces construction time too.

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