EccoFreight has participated in the latest issue of Inforetail magazine, a Spanish publication specialized in the retail sector, as a logistics operator specialized in sustainable forwarding.
Sustainability remains in the spotlight as one of the main challenges that the maritime industry needs to face: polluting emissions derived from the transport of goods are at unacceptable levels, as stated by the IMO, and it is of vital importance that all parties act to stop this situation: “one of the main challenges that the logistics industry faces is the adaptation of its services to the sustainability demanded by the market and the […]
A few days ago EccoFreight received the “Calculation” seal, granted by the Spanish Ministry of Ecological Transition (MITECO), after having registered its carbon footprint assessment before this institution. The freight forwarder, which has registered its carbon footprint for the years 2017 and 2018, has obtained the “calculation” seal, granted after registering the company’s scope 1+2 and 3 carbon footprint assessment before the MITECO.
This acknowledgement shows the environmental commitment of the company, founded to promote sustainability in the maritime sector through the provision of services aimed at helping customers find […]
Last week the Global Sustainable Shipping and Ports Forum 2019 was held in Copenhagen, a meeting between different companies and institutions within the maritime community whose purpose was to share knowledge on the latest developments in sustainability in the logistics and port sectors.
On September25 and 26, the Danish capital hosted more than 90 companies and institutions from the maritime sector, including shipping companies, carriers, logistics operators, port authorities, technology companies, fuel companies, etc.
The agenda of the event was divided into different topics comprised conferences and panels joined by industry experts. Fernando Giménez-Guervós […]
As one of the world’s largest industries, shipping plays a key role in the path towards decarbonization. Greenhouse gas emissions from the sector account for 2.5% of the total emissions released into the atmosphere, and many regulations have emerged and continue to emerge in order to reduce this impact and its environmental consequences. If you want to discover what you need to know about IMO 2020 keep reading.
One of these regulations is the global limit imposed by the IMO on the sulphur content of fuel used for maritime transport. On January […]