Shipping and logistic giant DHL and multi-national FMCG conglomerate Unilever, also known for their environmental consciousness and remarkable efforts in this regard, are joining hands for their ultimate green program. They are looking ways to reduce the emissions across their supply chains. This could include all possible projects ranging from waste reduction to alternative automobiles.
Right now, we do not have exact details. In fact, the program has not been finalized yet. The discussions are on and the companies have identifies certain common areas of interest.
They have also started making proposals regarding various plans. They include developing a blueprint for sustainable warehouse designs, methodologies for accurately measuring supply chain emissions as well as making for plans reducing waste levels and improving recycling rates.
DHL spokeswoman said both the companies would also like to explore how green transport technologies like electric or alternative fuel vehicles could be used to slash the environmental footprint of supply chains.
Both Unilever and DHL have a good track record in green business. Both have done their best so far in carbon offset schemes and projects. Lest see what more they can do together.