DSV has made plans to launch its Green Logistics – a set of green offerings within the industry focusing on reducing emissions for DSV’s customers. The focus of Green Logistics is on addressing its customers’ CO2 emissions and thereby also DSV’s emissions from subcontracted freight. The Green Logistics solutions will be applicable for all major transportation modes across all markets. With Green Logistics, DSV aims to provide a one-stop shop for green transport and logistics solutions.
DSV has divided its Green Logistics into four solutions:
CO2 Reporting, which aims to gives its customers insight and an overview of CO2 emissions to help drive transport emission reductions.
Green Supply Chain Design & Optimisation, which aims to provide concrete and individual analyses that streamline a customer’s supply chain and identify the largest CO2 emission reductions across it.
Sustainable Fuel Offerings, which plans to provide the customer options to choose sustainable alternative fuels across major modes of transport to reduce CO2 emissions without changing operations.
Carbon offsetting, which aims to allow the customer to finance sustainable projects that compensate for their carbon footprint.
In 2020, DSV announced targets approved by the Science Based Targets initiative for reducing the company’s CO2 emissions.
By 2030, DSV has committed to reducing scope 1 and 2 emissions (e.g. from company cars, offices, and warehouses) by 40.0% and scope 3 emissions (primarily from subcontracted freight transport) by 30.0% from a 2019 baseline.
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