Driving Towards Sustainable Logistics in South Asia

Written by Expeditors
2 minute read

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In today's rapidly changing world, sustainability has become an indispensable topic for the logistics industry. Our goal is to help reduce carbon footprint in the shipping industry and support our clients in their decarbonization efforts regarding transportation and distribution greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions.

At Expeditors in Bangkok, we are committed to finding innovative ways to transport our customers' goods while drastically reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across our logistics operations and their entire value chain.

Starting from June 1st, 2023, we have dedicated one electric van exclusively for Expeditors' use in serving last-mile deliveries, particularly in the fast-growing e-commerce sector. This is just the beginning, as we have ambitious plans to expand our BEV fleet, ensuring that our commitment to sustainability is not just a fleeting trend but a long-term strategy.

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Change is never easy, especially when it comes to reshaping an entire industry. Achieving sustainable logistics requires collaboration among all stakeholders, including businesses, governments, and consumers. It demands innovation, from developing more efficient transportation methods to optimizing delivery routes. Most importantly, it calls for a fundamental shift in mindset, where sustainability becomes a core value and a guiding principle in decision-making.

Expeditors in Bangkok understands the challenges that lie ahead, but we are ready to take on this journey one step at a time. Our bigger goals extend far beyond our own operations; they are for the benefit of the world we live in. By embracing sustainable logistics, we are not only reducing our carbon footprint but also contributing to the collective efforts towards a greener and more environmentally conscious future.

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Blog was originally posted on September 12, 2023 7 AM

Topics: Logistics, Sustainability, South Asia


Written by Expeditors

2 minute read