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Green Logistics made easy

Green Logistics

Transport of goods today still has to rely on fossil fuels, the combustion of which leads to emissions. On top of that, logistics is not a quiet business, either.

Sustainable economics and Green Logistics are more than just fads. Here, the logistics sector is being pressured from two sides. On the one hand, state regulation is implementing increasingly stricter environmental standards. On the other hand, customers are requesting responsible resource handling from their logistics service providers.

Shifting the flow of goods from road to rail and waterway makes the immediate reduction of primary energy consumption, exhaust emissions and noise pollution possible in a relatively easy manner – with established technology, perfectly harmonised processes and without any recognisable losses in regards to the traffic systems’ performance

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