CarbonActive An essential business tool

July 2009
Logistics & Transport Focus;Jul2009, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p10
Trade Publication
The article explains the uses of CarbonActive, an online tool hosted by Viewcity Technologies Ltd. which will allow a company to be environmentally friendly cost-effective. It measures and monitors the carbon footprint of an organization accurately, thus, enabling a company to introduce and implement improvements as needed to minimize the company's carbon emissions in the entire supply chain. CarbonActive's pricing and use are tailored-fit to one's organization to maximize profit while reducing carbon output.


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