Greenest of the green

Clarke, Alex
June 2006
Commercial Motor;6/29/2006, Vol. 203 Issue 5184, p52
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the green initiatives to be launched by supermarket Asda in Great Britain. The firm has adopted transportation policies designed to reduce carbon emissions by 2007. Asda has also launched efforts to reduce its road miles. To improve vehicle routing, Asda has launched a factory gate initiative.


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