Kuehne + Nagel goes greener, offering carbon-neutral LCL shipments

September 23, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Kuehne + Nagel (KN) is claiming a win for the environment after announcing that, from next year, it will offer carbon-neutral services for all less-than-containerload (LCL) shipments.   
The move is part of a wider green pledge from the multinational forwarder, which is targeting 2030 as the year it goes “comprehensively” carbon neutral.   
Chief executive Detlef Trefzger said: “As a leading logistics company, we acknowledge the responsibility we have for the environment, our ecosystem and, essentially, the people.   
“[This] announcement is based on ...

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