Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Logistics

The Group continues to switch vehicle types from trucks to station wagons and the like, and to review the appropriate number of vehicles according to the scale of business. We are also conducting periodic eco-driving training sessions at each business site in cooperation with automakers.

The Group continues to switch vehicle types from trucks to station wagons and the like, and to review the appropriate number of vehicles according to the scale of business. We are also conducting periodic eco-driving training sessions at each business site in cooperation with automakers.

Nippon Logistics Center, Inc.

Photovoltaic panels on a roof

Nippon Logistics Center, Inc. installed a total of approximately 6,200 photovoltaic panels on the roofs of warehouses at its Tokyo and Kansai business sites. The annual rated output of the two sites is 1.44 million kWh, equivalent to the annual power consumption of about 400 general households.
As a result, CO2 emissions are reduced by 666 tons annually.

Nippon Dairy Net Co., Ltd.

A Nippon Dairy Net logistics center

Nippon Dairy Net Co., Ltd. is reviewing loading efficiency and transport routes and is working to raise transport efficiency among the Group manufacturing plants and centers.