FedEx | Sustainable Logistics

FedEx | Sustainable Logistics

Connecting the world responsibly and resourcefully.

Sustainable logistics is a health, safety, environmental and economic issue, particularly in developing countries. That’s why we work closely with the World Resources Institute to help city planners, engineers and others around the world improve mobility within cities. Our aim is to bring residents better access to jobs, schools and the community, while reducing congestion and pollution.

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Fedex Weighs Natural Gas Benefits
FedEx Freight Inc. has added natural gas engines to its search for gasoline alternatives, but whether the experiment proves to be economically viable remains to be seen. The business unit of FedEx Corp. is beta testing two new tractors powered by liquefied natural gas-...
Nov 12, 2012 9:00 AM ET
FedEx Express Breaks Ground On Solar At Newark International Airport
FedEx Express will break ground today on a huge new solar array at its facilities by Newark Liberty International Airport. "It’s about finding diverse sources of energy as we seek to operate more efficiently," said Mitch Jackson, the company’s vice president of environmental affairs, in an interview yesterday. Jackson said the project, which will cover 3.5 acres of buildings at...
Oct 17, 2012 10:00 AM ET
FedEx Talks Fuel Economy, Sustainability at Green Fleet Conference
SCHAUMBURG, IL - FedEx has improved fuel economy by 16.6% and is on track to meet its goal of reducing fuel consumption by 20% from its 2005 baseline, said Mitch Jackson, Environmental Affairs & Sustainability, during a keynote speech last week during the 2012 Green Fleet Conference.  
Oct 11, 2012 8:00 AM ET
FedEx Named a Top User of Solar Power in the U.S.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) recently announced that FedEx is one of the top 20 commercial solar users in the U.S. FedEx ranks 14th and 16th respectively in capacity and number of systems. Since FedEx opened its first solar facility in 2005, EarthSmart solar facilities at FedEx Express, FedEx Ground...
Sep 18, 2012 11:00 AM ET
FedEx CO2 Emissions Decoupled From Economic Growth
FedEx scope emissions measure direct emissions from our fleet and facilities as well as indirect emissions from sources like feeder aircraft.  As we continue to grow revenue, our aim is to lessen our impact on the environment. In FY11, revenue grew by 13% yet scope 1 emissions only grew by 4% and scope 2 emissions decreased slightly – all thanks to efficiency efforts and fleet upgrades....
Aug 27, 2012 3:45 PM ET

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