You ask: can you be EKO in the logistics industry?
We answer: Of course.
Improving an eco-oriented supply chain is a continuous improvement of storage and transport practices, and thus environmentally friendly purchasing, designed processes and cooperation with partners.
Entrepreneurs often use this as a guideline when choosing a logistics partner.
It becomes very important how companies respect the principles of social responsibility and how they care about the environment as a result.
Planning “green routes”
This is nothing more than planning the flow of goods with the least possible damage to the environment. Such planned processes are aimed at reducing the harmful effects on the ecosystem. This is where the Euro 5 or Euro 6 standards come into play, eco-driving, the use of eco-friendly means of exploitation (eco-fuels) or the use of hybrid engines.