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As a major commodity trading company Trafigura sources, stores, blends and transports base metals and energy. It comes as no surprise that in 2018 the total shipping emissions were about 4.74 million tCO2e, which represent of 89% of Trafigura’s total GHG inventory.

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HP Inc.

HP Inc. (formerly Hewlett Packard) estimates about 1.2 million or 3.4% of the company’s annual 36 million tonnes GHG emissions are generated from logistics. To bring personal computers and printers to markets quickly, most emissions are from freight transportation by air (58%), followed by road and rail (29%) and sea (13%) delivered mostly through logistics partners.

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In 2021, HEINEKEN has set new ambitions to reach net zero across its value chain by 2040 and reduce 30% of its scope 3 absolute emissions by 2030. These new targets include logistics, which contributes to about 11% of the company’s carbon footprint (reference year 2018), of which 90% is approximately from road, and 10% from ocean, barge, rail and warehousing operations.

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As a global logistics service provider, GEODIS’ 7 Golden Rules and 7 Leadership Principles* include being a good citizen. One of its key environmental objectives* is to monitor and reduce the environmental impact of its activities and contribute to the fight against climate change.

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A.P. Moller - Maersk is committed to ensuring that its business practices are safe, responsible and transparent, in accordance with the principles of UN Global Compact* and contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals*.

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Deutsche Post DHL Group

Deutsche Post DHL Group’s sustainability roadmap builds on the UN Sustainable Development Goals and UN Global Compact Principles. With its mission to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 ("Mission 2050"), the company strives for clean operations for climate protection.

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DB Schenker

DB Schenker's aim is to lead the way in the environmental protection movement by becoming the leading green logistics services provider. Of its 13 million tonnes GHG footprint (well-to-wheel), 52% is air, 27% road, 17% sea and 4% logistics sites and other transport.

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Smurfit Kappa

Smurfit Kappa’s sustainability priorities are forests, climate change, water, waste and people. The company shifts linear to circular flows throughout its packaging value chain: from sustainable sourcing of key raw materials (products contain 75% recycled fiber) to minimizing the operational impact and lowering the environmental footprint of customers and consumers.

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The Dow Chemical Company

Dow launched its integrated Supply Chain Sustainability Strategy that includes a Green Transportation Initiative to address logistics emissions, which are about 4% of Dow’s 110 million tonnes GHG emissions annually.