A founding member of Blue Sky Maritime Coalition, Crowley was awarded the biennial William M. Benkert Environmental Protection Award by the U.S. Coast Guard. The award recognizes outstanding achievements in marine environmental protection that go beyond compliance with industry and regulatory standards. GREEN INITIATIVES • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions • Use alternative fuels/energy sources • Reuse/recycling program • Reduce energy usage • Sustainable packaging • Sustainably source materials • Energy-ecient lighting NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT As part of its net-zero commitment, Crowley became the first maritime company to implement Salesforce’s Net Zero Cloud in partnership with PwC to account for and reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout its operations and total supply chain. Crown Equipment www.crown.com Crown works to deliver energy-ecient lift trucks that use fewer parts, require less maintenance, produce less waste, and last longer, oering improved productivity, lower costs, and reduced environmental impacts. For example, the company oers lithium-ion battery technology as an alternative power solution. By designing energy-ecient features into its products, Crown helps customers meet their own sustainability goals. By manufacturing up to 85% of the parts used in its lift trucks, Crown achieves a high level of environmental compliance. Crown commits to recycling and reusing materials, preserving natural resources, and reducing waste and energy consumption. GREEN INITIATIVES • Use alternative fuels or energy sources • Reuse/recycling program • Use wastewater
• Reduce energy usage • Sustainable packaging • Sustainably source materials • Solar panels • Energy-ecient lighting NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT Crown has won more than 20
GREEN INITIATIVES • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions • Use alternative fuels/energy sources • Reuse/recycling program • Use wastewater
• Reduce energy usage • Sustainable packaging • Sustainably source materials • Solar panels • Energy-ecient lighting • Donate damaged food items NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT
sustainability awards. Multiple facilities achieved zero-landfill status and ISO 14001 certification.
CJ Logistics regularly engages in large- scale network modeling projects for customers. While network redesign yields eciency and cost reduction, better-placed warehouses and optimized transportation routes also result in a more sustainable network with a reduced carbon footprint.
CSX practices transparency and adopts new technologies to achieve its goal of reducing Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions intensity by 37% between 2014 and 2030. This goal, approved by the Science Based Targets initiative, has led freight rail and other transportation companies to adopt strategic and significant goals of their own. CSX is also investing in near-term eciency eorts and long-term transformational technologies to drive the company toward achievement. GREEN INITIATIVES • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions • Use alternative fuels/energy sources • Reuse/recycling program • Use wastewater • Reduce energy usage • Sustainable packaging • Sustainably source materials • Solar panels • Energy-ecient lighting NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions and The Climate Registry named CSX as a 2021 Climate Leadership Award recipient in recognition of the company’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Crowley has designed and started construction on the first fully electric tug, which will operate in the Port of San Diego in 2023. In 2021, the company expanded its EPA Tier IV tugboat fleet on the West Coast to help reduce emissions in harbors. Its Alaska truck fleet has been updated to increase fuel eciency, and equipment in Latin America and the Caribbean leverage tire reuse programs in order to limit landfill and production emissions impacts. Crowley’s sustainable solutions in its daily operations include a reuse and recycle program, sustainable packaging and LED technology in oces, warehouses and facilities. Its terminals are embarking on electrification strategies toward decarbonization.
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