Climate change is real

Climate change is real

The annual air temperature has warmed 1.5 degrees in the past six decades. 2010 to 2019 was the hottest decade in 140 years.

The past decade was punctuated by a series of deadly, dramatic, devastating events— Hurricanes like Sandy, Maria, and Harvey.

Towards the end of 2019, Australia was engulfed by raging forest fires, a period which is now known as Black Summer for the country.

In early 2020, swarms of deadly desert locusts, accelerated by climate change, entered Uganda after ravaging parts of Kenya and causing food shortages.

Carbon dioxide forms carbonic acid when it dissolves in water and has caused a 34% increase in ocean acidity.

Both ocean-trapped heat and melting ice are contributing to record-breaking sea levels across much of the planet.

Climate change is real

Supply chains and corporates contribute majorly to carbon emissions and global warming

Transportation is the largest source of carbon emissions in the United States, contributing 28.2 percent of greenhouse gases.

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Over 90 percent of the fuel used for transportation is petroleum-based, which includes primarily gasoline and diesel.

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The transportation sector — comprising traffic from cars, trucks, planes, trains, and boats— emits 1.9 billion tons of CO2 annually.

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More than three-quarters of the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with many industry sectors come from their supply chains.

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The e-commerce industry requires fewer paper resources but relies heavily on a transportation system that is highly energy and pollution-intensive.

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Online shopping also leads to unmanageable piling up of corrugated cardboard boxes, plastic bags, and other packaging waste in landfills.

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Green logistics is good logistics

Green logistics refers to all the initiatives taken by businesses to minimize the overall ecological impact of logistical activities, and reducing carbon footprint and ecological wastage in all activities of forward and reverse flows of products.






Climate Change
Air Quality
Land Use
Biodiversity Waste


How to implement greener practices in your supply chain?

Ethical material procurement

Ethical material procurement

Sustainable warehouse management

Sustainable warehouse management

Green packaging methods

Green packaging methods

Optimal logistics planning

Optimal logistics planning

Digital last-mile distribution processes

Digital last-mile distribution processes

Supply chains and corporates contribute majorly to carbon emissions and global warming

Network Design Planning

Focuses on optimizing physical flow of goods from one location to another, accurate placement of supply chain nodes, warehouses, and distribution hubs.

Route Optimization

Plans daily dispatches and delivery routes taking into account real-world constraints, resulting in faster deliveries, lesser miles driven, and fuel cost savings.

Supply Chain Visibility

Mitigates fuel wastage during idle hours or in traffic, and accommodates dynamic orders or returns, resulting in fewer empty miles, often called “deadhead” miles.

Fleet Capacity Utilization

Proposes ideal-sized fleet for delivery/distribution operations as well as the number of vehicles required on the ground to ensure that all vehicles are adequately utilized.

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How can Locus help manage your logistics?

  • Locus’ proprietary geocoding engine converts the fuzziest of the addresses into precise geographical coordinates thereby helping your on-ground executives locate addresses easily.
  • Digitize all your operational variables such as fleets, delivery persons, etc to come up with the best route plan every day.
  • Track your orders in real-time with the Locus Live Dashboard. Locus’ last-mile delivery app Locus On The Road (LOTR) helps delivery partners process orders.
  • Visualize and tweak your scheduled plans via three key metrics— geography, time, & vehicle(fleet)—with a birds-eye view of your entire operations.
  • Build your own reports and analyze important parameters that you need to make key decisions.

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$100 M+
Logistics costs reduced
100+ Years
Planning time saved
6300 + Tonnes
GHG emissions reduced

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