Green Logistics

Think of railfreight transport to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).

Green Logistics

Freight transport and logistics: are responsible for 6% of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide*.

The need to take action to reduce all greenhouse gas emissions is becoming increasingly clear. Railfreight is one way to make your logistics much more sustainable. Let us work together on your transport solution to reduce greenhouse gas emission.

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"Our goal is to enable our customers to make environmentally friendly procurement decisions based on these values. The calculations based on the EcoTransIT World tool, provide information on fuel-efficient transport modes and routes. Efficient sustainability solutions are highlighted. With this measure, FELB wants to accompany its customers on the way to making their business more sustainable. And together we are paving the way to achieve the climate targets that have been set."

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Emission Reporting System

The FELB GHG Emission Reporting System

Companies are being asked by governments, customers, partners and investors to analyse and report their greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). This gives companies with a smaller footprint a clear competitive advantage. FELB therefore provides its customers with greenhouse gas emissions reporting, CO2e (CO2 equivalent), SO2 (sulphur dioxide) as well as NOx (nitrogen oxides)** are already shown during the quotation process and provide information about the potential of greenhouse gas emissions reduction with the planned logistics solution. After completion of the transport, the actual value is shown to the customer on the final invoice. The calculation is carried out using the EcoTransIT World Tool recognized by the Smart Freight Center ( A monthly, quarterly, semi-annual or annual reporting is provided by FELB as an additional service.

* Smart Freight Centre, 2021,
** Greenhouse gases (GHG) according to EN 16258.

Based on TTW (Tank to Wheel) and on an average value of 14 tons payload (EB/WB).

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