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CO2-reduction measures for every mode of transport
Whether the goods are carried by road, rail, sea, or air, whether they are stored in warehouses or handled at terminals – with DB Schenkers green solutions emissions can be reduced at every turn.
The sheer size of the DB Schenker network is a competitive advantage. Because they only have to deal with one partner, customers can greatly reduce emissions and demonstrate their environmental credentials.
DB Schenker offers solutions for every mode of transport to reduce, offset, or even completely avoid emissions along the entire supply chain:
Eco Plus – Freight trains without CO2 emissions
Rail is the most environmentally friendly way of transporting goods. Eco Plus makes it possible to transport goods by rail entirely
DB SCHENKERhangartner und DB SCHENKERrailog – reduce CO2 in combined transport
DB Schenker combines the specific benefits of each mode of transport in its multimode supply chains. They handle as much freight as possible by rail. Its trucks then pick up and collect the goods.
Eco OceanLane – climate protection on every ocean
Eco OceanLane enables DB Schenker's customers to reduce carbon emissions of sea freight by up to 50 percent. Therefore DB Schenker and its cooperating carriers opt for speed reduced services and moving inland transport from road to more environmentally friendly rail.
Eco Charter – up to 20 percent less carbon dioxide in the air
For Eco Charter logisticians cargo planes with highly economical engines, aerodynamically optimized winglets, an ultra-light carbonfiber
design and a higher cargo volume.
Eco Warehouse – turns warehouses into energy-saving houses
DB Schenker has developed its own integrated Eco Warehousing concept, in which warehouses are operated in an environmentally friendly manner that can reduce carbon emissions by up to 35 percent.
Eco Neutral – the alternative to CO2 emissions
DB Schenker supplements its environmental solutions for specific carriers with Eco Neutral – the option of offsetting carbon emissions by supporting projects that combat climate change.
Last modified: 19.08.2014