Transitioning to low emission vehicles and alternative fuel types contributes significantly to reducing transport emissions.

Published 19 August 2022

Last updated 19 August 2022

However other factors also play a key role in achieving carbon net zero. 

These include reducing the number and total mileage of goods vehicles on the road through optimal route planning, mode shift such as road to rail and adopting innovative technologies in warehouse design to reduce carbon emissions.

Implementing centralised warehousing and making good use of urban consolidation centres also contribute to a reduction in carbon emissions.  

Managing demand by organising these operations more efficiently can help to drive transport emissions down further. 

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