India's GreenLine Issues CO2 Certificates to Clients
GreenLine, a green mobility pioneer, has become India's first freight transportation firm to award CO2 reduction certificates to clients JK Lakshmi Cement, UltraTech Cement, and Dalmia Cement for promoting sustainable transportation and reducing emissions.
GreenLine, in collaboration with ESG Risk Assessments & Insights Ltd., a subsidiary of Acuite Ratings & Research Ltd., has launched a pioneering initiative that allows clients such as JK Lakshmi Cement, UltraTech Cement, and Dalmia Cement to account for their emission reductions in their statutory and ESG reporting by issuing CO2 emissions reduction certificates.
GreenLine's CEO, Anand Mimani, expressed his commitment to promoting sustainable mobility and reducing carbon footprint. He praised the efforts of the company's clients in achieving emissions reductions and thanked them for their commitment to sustainability. Mimani hopes their example inspires others to take similar actions towards a greener future. The initiative is aimed at enabling Indian corporates to account for their emissions reductions in statutory and ESG reporting.
The company aims to reduce the carbon footprint of heavy trucking in India and is promoting the adoption of LNG-powered freight transportation by demonstrating its benefits. Working with various organisations, GreenLine has established India's first and only integrated ecosystem to make low-emission LNG trucking a reality.
Its advanced LNG-powered truck fleets, produced by Blue Energy Motors, have enabled clients to lower the carbon emissions of their logistics operations by up to 30% in comparison to diesel trucks.
GreenLine is dedicated to social responsibility and enhancing working conditions for its drivers. It prioritises driver comfort by offering air-conditioned cabins, air-suspended seats, and 30% less noise pollution. Moreover, its Level 1 ADAS and Driver State Monitoring systems ensure better driver behaviour and on-road safety.
Source: India Shipping News