Less empty kilometres, less CO2 emissions

You don't wants your trucks to drive empty empty, do you? They do not generate revenue, but instead take a bite out of the company budget and cause unnecessary CO2 emissions. 

Moreover, they put pressure on the already limited available transport capacity.

Although some empty kilometres are harder to avoid than others, we believe it is possible to minimise them by working better together and sharing transport for higher capacity.

Interested to increase your transport capacity?

An awarded transport collaboration

 

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  • An awarded transport collaboration

An awarded transport collaboration

CHEP, Friesland Campina, Colruyt, Delhaize and Remitrans received the ECR award for their transport collaboration, that is still running on this moment.

Sharing data and trucks for a sustainable future

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We happily share our insights, knowledge and years of experience with our customers to help them avoid empty kilometres and increase truck capacity.

Thanks to the strength of the network, the data we have on CHEP flows and the ones of our customers and our own tools, we can identify potential transport collaborations. We can help to set them up between customers, or combine trips between CHEP and our customers.

How to start with transport collaboration?

Jan De Wael Sales Director, Van Dievel Transport

As the main haulier for Coca-Cola, we deliver on a daily basis to Colruyt. After we have unloaded the trucks, we load them again with CHEP-pallets that go to the service centre. That means less empty kilometres, so we can pass on savings to our clients.

For a sustainable future

Four simple steps to help you optimize your transport by transportation collaborations.

  • Opportunity

    Based on the data we have and by using our unique Lane Matching Tool we do a first high-level analysis. Together we then define the scope of a more detailed analysis, according to your operational needs.
     

  • Analysis

    Based on your input, we prepare a more detailed analysis. During a meeting with you, we identify the opportunities and rank them according to priority. Together we define the first realistic steps towards a collaboration.

  • Implementation

    We map the full supply chain process and identify possible obstacles. Together with all persons concerned, we make a selection for transporters, agree on transport prices and set up an plan for implementation.

  • Reporting

    We make a plan for check-up and follow-up, define the KPI's and launch a pilot. Afterwards we evaluate the KPI's and results. next to that, we explore if the collaboration program can be expanded and suggest a plan for implementation.

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