Logistics Leaders Shift To Sustainable Practices

Logistics leaders detailed movements in sustainable practices at the 2013 Georgia Foreign Trade Conference (GFTC).

“American companies and ports are working together to reduce the environmental footprint of the transportation sector,” said Georgia Ports Authority executive director Curtis Foltz. “From building the first ever LNG-powered ships and electric-powered rubber-tired gantry cranes to improving truck move efficiency, reducing idling and employing cleaner burning fuels, the panel provided far-reaching examples of environmental sustainability.”

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