Kuehne + Nagel checks off 10-year climate target

Kuehne + Nagel has achieved a series of climate ambitions that were set out in 2010, writes the company in its sustainability report. The next target is to become carbon neutral in 2030.

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Logistics major Kuehne + Nagel can now cross off a series of climate targets that were set back in 2010, writes the company in a press release and its annual sustainability report.

The report notes that carbon emissions have been reduced by 21 percent per square meter at Kuehne + Nagel's own facilities, which covers warehouses and offices. The target was a 15 percent reduction.

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