Saturday, July 20, 2024

Forto partners with Cozero to upgrade its emission insights

Forto, the first European digital freight forwarder, has announced a partnership with Cozero to measure its greenhouse gas emissions in its 21 locations across Asia and Europe. By creating full transparency on Forto’s emissions, Cozero informs important company level decisions such as travel and procurement policies, office and IT infrastructure, and logistics offering. Looking ahead, this partnership will enable […]

Forto commits to setting science-based net-zero targets

Forto, the first European digital freight forwarder, has announced its commitment to setting science-based net-zero targets, in line with the Science Based Targets initiative and the Business Ambition for 1.5°C campaign. In joining Business Ambition for 1.5°C, Forto has also become part of UNFCCC Race to Zero, a UN-backed campaign. The Science Based Targets initiative […]

Forto and Hapag-Lloyd Partner to Deliver Biofuel Alternative for Customers

Through a new partnership with Hapag-Lloyd, a leading global liner shipping company, Forto has launched a biofuel program for ocean shipping customers who seek to reduce their transport emissions. Customers booking full container load (FCL) sea freight shipments with Forto can now add the use of advanced biofuel to their bookings, effectively reducing 100% of […]

Forto opens Poland office

Forto, a leading provider of digitised freight forwarding and supply chain solutions, has expanded into Eastern European markets with a new office based in Warsaw, Poland. With its important ports in Gdansk, Gdynia, and Szczecin, as well as the international airports in Warsaw, Katowice and Gdańsk, the location forms an important logistics network and offers […]

Leading logistics technology company Forto responds to China lockdowns

In light of the ongoing lockdowns in Shanghai and other parts of China, Michael Wax, CEO and co-founder of Forto, a leading provider of digitised freight forwarding and supply chain solutions that was recently valued at $2.1 billion comments: “The recent spike in COVID-19 cases in China – and the resulting congestion around its ports – […]