National Road Carriers is seeking more detail of the Government’s plans to cut freight emissions by 35% by 2035 by using low emissions trucks to transport food and other products. It says the Government’s Emission Reduction Plan for transport focused almost entirely on personal transport, with just one bullet point committing $20 million to accelerateContinue reading “Group calls for detail on freight emissions”
Technology to wirelessly power heavy commercial vehicles quickly and on the move will be the game changer for switching freight fleets to electricity.
It is important for heavy commercial vehicle leasing company TR Group to make things as easy as possible for drivers to operate their vehicles as safely, efficiently, and compliantly as possible – all while helping the industry in its move towards going ‘green’.
It is a hot topic, and this is no exception in the distribution sector. From minimising the amount of plastic disposed of in the warehouse, to the machines delivering the goods, New Zealand seems to be well on its way.
Goodman New Zealand has made an extensive commitment to sustainable developments, and not just in terms of the buildings that the company owns or develops, but also as an operating business.
industry must consider a lifecycle perspective to operations and products – starting from the acquisition of materials to transportation of the product, and their end-of-life treatment.