To further reduce the CO2 emissions per tonne and kilometre, extra long modular vehicles are being used.
"One of the most challenging targets that Swedish manufacturer Volvo Trucks had to achieve in recent years was to cut its transport-related emissions by 20% before the end of 2010. However, the company has managed to beat that target by a comfortable margin. The emissions of carbon dioxide were reduced by 22 percent, measured as the average number of grams of carbon dioxide per ton per kilometer. This saw Volvo Trucks and Volvo Logistics set haulage firms the task of reducing their ..." Continue Reading →
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