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Unilever's Logistics Project Seeks To Cut Distance Traveled By Company Trucks Across Europe

October 9, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever launched a logistics project aimed at reducing the distance traveled by the consumer goods company's trucks around Europe by 200 million kilometers each year by the end of 2014. Partly funded by the European Union through the Marco Polo program, the project aims to cut about 450,000 vehicle kilometers from roads in Ireland. An agreement with the European Commission will lead to the creation of a network of transport hubs across Europe that will be managed by Unilever's existing operations center in Katowice, Poland. The scheme is expected to contribute significantly to Unilever's Sustainable Living Plan initiative.
Grainne Rothery, "Unilever logistics project aims to slash its European truck distances", Business and Leadership, October 09, 2012, © Business and Leadership Ltd
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