Logistics Plus Inc., a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics, and supply chain solutions, for a twelfth straight year, it has submitted and received approval for its current data submission to the SmartWay Transport Partnership, an innovative collaboration between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the industry.
Since 2004, SmartWay has helped partners avoid emitting 143 million metric tons of CO2, 2.7 million short tons of NOx, and 112,000 short tons of PM, which helps protect the environment and keep Americans healthy. Nearly 4,000 companies and organizations participate in SmartWay. Working with SmartWay, U.S. trucking companies have saved $44.8 billion on fuel costs.
Adam Mook, Compliance Department Manager for Logistics Plus, added, “Now in its twelfth year, our partnership with SmartWay continues to confirm to our customers and carriers that Logistics Plus is doing its part for environmental sustainability.”