New functionality added to the myDHLi platform

By Damian Brett

B767-300F. Photo: DHL

DHL Global Forwarding has added new features to its customer portal that makes it easier for them to track and offset the environmental impact of their shipments.

The myDHLi platform now allows users to select sustainable aviation fuel for their shipments while they will also be able to track emissions down to the single shipment level.

The reports are customisable and provide CO2 emissions tracking information, which can easily be included in further in-depth analysis. 

“It also provides customers information to better understand drivers of carbon emissions to have a starting point for carbon reduction measures,” the company said.

Tim Scharwath, chief executive DHL Global Forwarding, Freight, said: “Providing comprehensive decarbonisation options and extensive CO2 reporting tools in one portal together with all other services is a step forward in offering our customers highly sustainable and transparent transport solutions.”

The company has also updates the Follow + Share tracking function so it offers more configurable notifications that allow users to set general notifications for specific events such as status changes. In addition, users now also have the option to set custom notifications that can be used to specify a trade lane or a transport mode.

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