- 19 October 2020
- Transport / Logistics Services
As part of Deutsche Post DHL’s wider push to reduce greenhouse has emissions, DHL Freight has published a white paper called ‘Green Logistics in Road Freight’, detailing how it aims to cut its emissions by 100% by 2050.
By 2025, DHL Freight aims at reducing its emissions by 50%. “As a leader in logistics, we want to reduce all logistics-related emissions to zero. This is a path that requires courage to test technologies and alternatives, but it also requires persuasion in order to get business partners on board to drive change together. We can reach real decarbonization in logistics only in collaboration with all players,” says Antje Huber, Senior Vice President Marketing & Strategy, responsible for green logistics at DHL Freight.