Deutsche Post Listed In Dow Index

October 2006
Logistics Today;Oct2006, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p42
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Deutsche Post World Net was added to the European Dow Jones Sustainability Index because of the new patent given to its GoGreen concept. The concept aims to provide a carbon-neutral shipping for DHL International GmbH products for customers to cut carbon dioxide emissions. The carbon management system is then compared to credit and debit system in financial banking, which is offsetting carbon dioxide emissions against environmental protection projects.


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