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It's not easy to be a pioneer. Looking at what others have done can provide ideas for positive change, guide you safely past any pitfalls and provide reassurance that what is being planned can be achieved.

Plenty of Transport companies, big and small, Australian and Internationa, have cut costs, improved productivity and lowered environmental impacts simultaneously. Learning from their successes is smart business.

 

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Sustainable Freight Case Studies

 

Linfox - GreenFox Initiative

Transport giant Linfox cuts both costs and carbon on its road transport fleet. Read more...

 

SCT Logistics - Fuel Efficiency Choices

SCT incorporates enviornmentally sustainable design into locomotive procurement  for big savings. Read more...

 

Adelaide Airport - Level 3 Carbon Reduction Accreditation

Adelaide Airport succesfully takes on the tall task of greening an entire postcode, from terminals to ground water. Read more...

 

Toll Group - Smarter Green Initiative

Toll is setting targets to reduce greenhouse gas intensities and developing comprehensive suites of initiatives for its diverse operations to improve environmental performance. Read more ....

 

Energymiser - Freight Train In-Cab Advice Systems

Energymiser is a developer of an in-cab advice system used to reduce fuel usage and emission production. It is widely used worldwide. Read more...

 

OCIUS - SolarSailor Technology

OCIUS has been designing and supplying their patented SolarSailor and Hybrid Marine Power technology since 1999. Their technology has applications on tankers, commercial ferries, private yachts and unmanned surveillance drones.. Read more...

 

Bigger is Better

Globally we are seeing a trend towards bigger aircraft, bigger trains, bigger ships and bigger trucks. As freight transport units get bigger the transport costs per tonne of freight reduces. Read more...

 

Profile of Australia's Trucking Fleet: Age and Emissions

A substantial number of heavy vehicle trucks throughout Australia were purchased before more stringent emission controls were placed on new trucks (pre-1996). The issue today is that these vehicles still make up a sizeable percentage of trucks in operation today and are responsible for more than their fair share of the road freight industry’s noxious gases. The document covers the age and emissions of trucks in operation today but also suggests a government incentive program to address this growing issue. Read more ...

 

 

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