We want to create a world where resources are not wasted, starting by developing a transport model that is efficient and sustainable
decrease in empty runs
less kilograms of carbon released into the atmosphere
in travelled km thanks to route optimisation
In Europe alone, trucks generate 5% of the total carbon emissions, and almost 40% of them run empty, meaning that each year 78 million tons of CO2 are unnecessarily emitted into the atmosphere
We would need more than 3.5 million trees to absorb this quantity; in other words, we would need a forest as big as 236 Hyde Parks!
We offer solutions to engage companies in decarbonising their supply chains
By combining Business Intelligence and Machine Learning tools, we can maximise LTL transport capacity and plan routes that effectively reduce idle times for vehicles, as well as empty runs.
If we want to confront climate change, we need to ensure that trucks on the road are never travelling empty.
We are transforming our fleets so that they are composed of low-emission vehicles: we work hand in hand with our carriers, provide them with all the information they need, and offer incentives to achieve this goal.
Moreover, we prioritise allocating our operations to fleets that already have less-contaminating vehicles.
Our mission is to offer transport services that optimise each route in order to achieve a more sustainable society. A world where empty trips are reduced to a minimum.
We are moving towards a future with net zero carbon emissions, where every person involved in our value chain shall be treated with dignity and respect.
We measure the amount of CO2 released per shipment so that companies can control the greenhouse gas emissions generated within their logistics chains and within any transport operation that they outsource.
We consider the average consumption of each vehicle type, the total amount of kilometres travelled, and the nature of the load carried in order to calculate the total amount of emissions; afterwards, we compare this figure to the industry’s current average.
Seven out of ten carriers are concerned about the negative environmental impact of their labour activity