Sainsbury’s has revealed it is piloting a naturally refrigerated trailer to transport chilled and frozen goods. The CO2 refrigerated unit is part of the supermarket’s strategy to slash its carbon footprint by reducing depot to store transport emissions by 35% by 2020, with an absolute reduction of 50% by 2030. Nick Davies, Sainsbury’s head of transport operations, said: “We will be monitoring its performance closely and if successful, in line with our replacement plan, it could help us save over […]
The design and construction of DPD’s new net zero distribution centre in Bicester is being held up as an example of how logistics firms and developers can radically cut carbon in new buildings.
Supply chain visibility platform FourKites has announced a new $100m (£73m) funding to help expand into the UK and wider Europe.
Logistics firms are working together to offer a London NHS trust a daily riverboat delivery service, taking trucks off the roads.