Environmental sustainability is a very well-founded subject in the business sector. Finally, many companies realize the negative impacts that processes and management can have on the environment.
Even more encouraging is that if the awareness of having to limit its footprint, then follow a practical commitment to the adoption of ecological business models.
The new eco-friendly corporate policies are also investing logistics. Especially with regard to models of organization and management of distribution flows. For sustainable logistics, transport means of transport dealing with shipments, storage, are the heart of the heart.
Technology helps with its innovative solutions to efficient ecological efforts in the management of deliveries and storage. But how does this happen in everyday operation?
- Rubber transport: targeting sustainability also means providing electric fleets or petrol capable of reducing gas oil consumption and emissions as much as possible. Driver driving style can sometimes adversely affect consumption. Therefore, it is good to encourage the adoption of eco-compatible techniques by training.
- Intermodality: alternance of road freight transport may be replaced by more ecological modes such as rail and sea.
- Packaging: it is often made with non-recyclable raw materials which have a strong impact on the environment. The packaging could also be optimized: it means reducing their weight and size as well as using ecological and recyclable materials.
- Warehouse: Logistical infrastructure has an impact on the environment. A warehouse with a large lighting, climate and heating plant is far from a green warehouse.
In Smyb we are always committed to enriching our fleet of EURO5 and EURO6 electric vehicles as well as using emission bike cargo 0 to minimize environmental pollution.
A small, but important step for the environment.