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Netlogix is a member of, and contributor to the Sustainable Business Council and a signatory to the Climate Leaders Coalition.
We all depend on freight to deliver the goods we need for day to day life. But sadly, the transport industry is one of the world’s biggest polluters - and it’s getting worse. It’s predicted that by 2030, emissions from freight transport (rail, articulated trucks and rigid trucks) will be 28% of all transport emissions.
As a shipper, fleet owner, specialist vendor or logistics professional, you’re under increasing pressure from governments, consumers, partners and employees to operate more sustainably.
The table below outlines our greenhouse gas emissions inventories for the years ended 31 March 2022, 31 March 2021 and 31 March 2020.
* Relates to Netlogix wholly-owned NZ Operations only where Netlogix has financial and operational control (excludes associates). The analysis also excludes Australian operations.
* The information about greenhouse gas emissions of Netlogix New Zealand operations for the years ended 31 March 2022, 31 March 2021 and 31 March 2020 is stated in accordance with the requirements of ISO14064-1 Greenhouse Gases – Part1: Specification with guidance at the organisation level for quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and removal (ISO14064-1:2018), the Greenhouse gas Protocol: A corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard (2004) (GHG Protocol). See our Environmental Sustainability, Social and Governance Policy here.
Under-utilised trucks travelling empty kilometres creates unnecessary costs and emissions. By optimising loads and capacity usage across the Netlogix platform, we’ve been able to reduce wasted kilometres. In the last three years, an estimated 102,000 tonnes of C02 emissions have been prevented from going into the atmosphere. This equates to: