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Shrink Your Carbon Footprint While Growing Your Bottom Line

Managing Your Carbon Footprint for Today and Tomorrow

Reducing empty backhauls isn’t the only way to cut carbon emissions in freight. Understand the total picture when it comes to environmental impact by utilizing relevant data and metrics to create benchmarks. This enables numerous sustainability improvements by making the most of every mile, from the first through the last.

This granular view of the full network also promotes increased efficiency, ongoing optimization, and the ability to track the full shipment lifecycle in terms of carbon cost. This allows companies to apply actual carbon credits, enabling a true reduction in the carbon footprint of a company.

Emissions Reductions Mean Better Business

Reduce unnecessary mileage and avoid deadheading. Make the most of all available resources, on a turn-by-turn basis in the first through the last mile. Advanced optimization provides a way to achieve better business performance, while meeting sustainability goals and tracking carbon credits.

Enable Meaningful Emissions Reductions and Access to Carbon Credits

Turn-by-turn optimization
Bring optimization into the final mile with dynamic, real-time optimization that maximizes the efficiencies of trips, and minimizes miles driven.
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Reduced risk of deadheading

Increased access to visibility lowers the risk of empty miles and allows you to use all of your resources more efficiently.

Lower risk of dwell time and truck idling
Better predictive ETAs, reducing live load/unload tasks, and dynamic rerouting promote on-time deliveries, allowing dock managers to prioritize needs and reduce risk of dwell and idle time.
Access to intermodal, multimodal, and omnimodal capabilities

Complete insight into all options, including intermodal, multimodal, and omnimodal ensures all shipments move through the most fuel-efficient means possible.

Unlock Sustainability with Optimization and Future Carbon Credits