APL Logistics (“APLL”) announces a suite of products to measure, manage, and mitigate GHG emissions in the shipping and logistics sector.

Using the GHG Protocol, APLL calculates Scope Three, Category Nine emissions for customers across sectors and partners with them to achieve carbon-neutral shipping and logistics for 100% of supply chain transportation GHG emissions.  Using a combination of efficiency strategies, fuel alternatives, and carbon offsets, APLL is looking ahead to a world that prioritizes carbon efficiency to deliver value for consumers, investors, and in our shared communities.

“In a world filled with climate emergency headlines, APL Logistics is delivering solutions available for activation immediately,” said William Villalon, President of APL Logistics. “Our powerful business intelligence capabilities and unique partnerships in the logistics and sustainability industries allow customers to achieve sustainability targets without major financial investment or disruption to business operations.”

A straightforward approach to quickly advancing sustainability priorities in the logistics sector, APLL first measures transportation GHG emissions, then identifies ways to inject efficiency programs into existing operations.  For remaining carbon liability, APLL has a number of partners that deliver verified carbon offset projects to achieve 100% carbon-neutral product transportation.

The measure, manage, mitigate approach is available to all customers today and APLL works with customers to immediately implement these sustainability solutions. APLL can also manage these services for 100% of a customer’s supply chain or for entities that are not yet customers’ when additional data is provided.  This capability consolidates all logistics sustainability reporting and analysis in one place.

“Villalon noted, “While the core of what we do every day is enable our customers’ movement of goods, we have come to think of our work as connecting consumers to the products that bring them joy, create healthy lives, keep them safe, and deliver value. In short, we bring supply chains to life.”