DP World launches a program in the UK to encourage cargo owners to prefer rail

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Modal Shift is a project being tested Southampton Logistics Centre to dp world, Which provides customers with a financial incentive to move their imported products from road to rail, reducing carbon emissions and air pollutants; The plan could avoid up to 30,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide each year.

Under the programme, customers whose containers are loaded with imports are transported by train to a destination within a 225 km radius of DP World Southampton They will receive an incentive of $88. Those traveling by rail over that distance will be compensated with a fee of US$12.5 per container.

“DP World will help mitigate the impacts of climate change by becoming a net-zero logistics organization by 2050 and continue to support our customers on their own decarbonisation journeys. We call on supply chain partners to review whether rail can play a greater role in their supply chains in the UK.” John Trenchard, Commercial and Supply Chain Director, DP World UK.


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