Reducing impact of the Big Mac in a quiet, sustainable manner
The collaboration will initially focus on Europe while similar approaches are also being explored for Asia, although there are no plans to implement similar technology here in SA, at least not for now
By collaborating in sustainable transport and logistics solutions, European transport operator Havi and Scania say they are actively addressing global climate goals. Beginning in the third quarter of 2017, the two companies will start to implement a five-year roadmap aimed at making a significant carbon footprint reduction in transport operations to and from McDonald’s fast food restaurants in several European countries utilising Scania’s trucks and operating solutions. The aim is to significantly reduce diesel powered vehicles and shift about 70% of Havi’s total truck fleet to alternative fuels, for example, gas and hybrid models, by 2021 within several European countries. The CO2 emissions in deliveries by Havi to McDonald’s restaurants utilising Scania trucks will be continuously monitored in real time, bringing existing fleet connectivity to the next level according to Scania. The company says this transformation of the fleet is expected to lead to CO2 reductions ranging from 15...
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