UPS Invests In Renewable Fuels To Power Its Delivery Vehicles

UPS announced agreements to use up to 46 million gallons of renewable fuels over the next three years.

5 Reasons to Invest in a Sustainable Warehouse

Incorporating sustainable practices into warehouse and distribution center design has proven to be a winning strategy for business. Sustainable warehouses earn respect from…
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Transportation Logistics Trouble Wind Energy Industry

The wind energy industry is experiencing logistical issues that impact the bottom line and wind energy deployment.
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Are Trucking Companies Going Green?

Are trucking companies getting greener? Let's take a look at how some big-name corporations are reducing their carbon footprint and how others can,…
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Pressure Builds on Maersk and Logistics Industry to Increase “Green Shipping”

Starting this summer, Maersk has ventured into “green shipping" as it seeks to reduce CO2 emissions as investors review firms' environmental performance.
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Cooperating with Your Competitor – How USPS and UPS Do It

How the USPS and UPS compete and collaborate to navigate the paradox of e-commerce and “big logistics” to save money, reduce footprints and…
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Efficiencies Could Save Truckers $26K a Year on Fuel

According to a report issued by Carbon War Room and Trimble, seven energy efficiency technologies could reduce a truck's fuel costs by $26,400…
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UPS Rolls Out Lightweight Composite Trucks In a Move Towards Energy Efficiency

UPS announced the results of a year long experiment to test five composite trucks and gauge whether they could meet the demands of…

Five Questions Supply Chain Managers Should Be Asking

Supply chain leaders can make some improvements around sustainability - here are the first five steps.

Interview: Scott Wicker, Chief Sustainability Officer, UPS

At this week’s Fortune Brainstorm Green conference, I had a chance to talk briefly with UPS’ Chief Sustainability Officer, Scott Wicker. Readers of…

Reducing Carbon Footprints in the Transportation Portion of the Supply Chain

In many ways, a company is only as green as its supply chain. But how in the world do you control that? Not…

UPS Reduces Per Package Fuel Consumption

Most people probably don’t give an awful lot of thought to how the things they buy actually get to them. But the reality…

FedEx Wins Big in Efficiency & Reduced Aircraft Emissions

FedEx’s global citizen efforts are an example of how performance and sustainability do not have to compete, but in fact, together are integral…

Reducing Supply Chain Emissions and Costs at the Same Time

Logistics managers attempting to optimize supply chains for sustainability and emissions reductions face a tough question: how to implement those goals without breaking…
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UPS Expands Carbon Offset Program Internationally

Building on its record of innovation in the delivery sector, UPS announced it has expanded its carbon offset program internationally to 35 countries.…