DHL goes greener in Asia Pacific

DHL Express has improved its carbon efficiency by 12% year on year in the Asia Pacific region despite a growth in volume of about 10%. 
In 2014, the global parcel and freight giant saw its CO2 efficiency over 2013 improve across the region, with savings of 21% in Malaysia, 15% in India and 14% in Taiwan.
To date, Deutsche Post DHL Group, the parent company of DHL, has achieved a 23% improvement in its carbon efficiency against its 2007 baseline. 
For further insights into environmental initiatives throughout the airfreight supply chain, please read the How Green is Air Cargo special report in the latest issue of Air Cargo News.
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