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Green Freight Asia Training

Webinar

 

Date and Time

Thursday June 8, 2017
3:30 pm-5:30 pm Singapore Time Zone


Location

Webinar


Topics

#Climate Change


BSR members are invited to this training session on the Green Freight Asia (GFA) label certification program and strategies to reduce carbon emissions and improve fuel efficiency for road freight. If you have your own fleet of trucks or you use third party providers, this session will offer relevant guidance on green practices. This training is specifically targeted for companies with operations in Asia, but concepts covered will also be relevant and applicable globally.

Topics covered will include:

  • About the GFA Label
  • Establishing a Green Technology Strategy
  • Green technologies
  • The importance of maintenance
  • Eco-driver training
  • Case studies

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