Royal Den Hartogh Logistics is collaborating with Shell Chemicals Europe in switching to HVO renewable diesel.
This is a significant step towards achieving its goal of reducing CO2 emissions by 25% by 2025.
The partnership with Shell Chemicals allows the firm to take advantage of Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) renewable diesel, which is a sustainable and low-carbon alternative to traditional diesel fuel.
By choosing HVO renewable diesel, the firm will be able to reduce its carbon footprint and contribute to a more sustainable future.
Alex van Leeuwen, regional commercial director at Den Hartogh, said: "By choosing HVO renewable diesel, we are able to not only reduce our carbon footprint, but also provide customers with sustainable transport solutions that align with their environmental goals."
Suzanne Roodenberg, Shell’s general manager HSSE & logistics, commented: "Shell is committed to driving towards a more sustainable future, and we're excited to partner with Den Hartogh Logistics in this initiative. Adoption speeds up when we work together in our efforts to lower carbon emissions."
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