Green Logistics Articles

CNG truck makes pioneering cross-country journey
Saddle Creek Logistics Services says its "Great American Green Ride" is the first cross-country trip by a for-hire vehicle powered by compressed natural gas.
EDF wants to help you "go green"—and save money
Environmental Defense Fund offers program aimed at helping companies take their energy management efforts to the next level.
Consumer packaged goods giants launch collaborative rail intermodal service in Europe
Goal of pilot program is to substantially cut CO2 emissions.
Clean Energy, GE consortium to build first multiuse LNG facility on East Coast
Jacksonville depot to serve truck, rail, maritime sectors.
Research confirms truck-trailer attachments boost fuel efficiency
Performance tests find that side skirts cut fuel usage by nearly 7 percent on average.
UPS to add nine stations to LNG-fueling network
Infrastructure to reach 13 stations by end of next year.
Sustainability begins, but doesn't end, at home
Truly sustainable business practices require getting it right inside the walls of the factory or DC here at home—and doing business with only those who do the same.
Company recycles old conveyor parts into new pallets
Australian conveyor supplier makes pallets from recycled rollers, uses them to ship new ones to customers.
Fuel savings? It's a gas!
Evidence begins to dribble in about real-world savings in converting fleets to natural gas.
"Going green" motivated by saving green, not the planet, survey of supply chain attitudes concludes
Cost savings trump altruism among global logistics chiefs, Alix Partners study finds.

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