DHL announced in March a plan to plough €7 billion (US$8.31 billion) into alternative aviation fuels. Photo: AFP DHL announced in March a plan to plough €7 billion (US$8.31 billion) into alternative aviation fuels. Photo: AFP
DHL announced in March a plan to plough €7 billion (US$8.31 billion) into alternative aviation fuels. Photo: AFP

Environmentally friendly courier deliveries will require alignment among partners on use of low-emission fuel, says DHL executive

  • A scarcity of low-carbon synthetic aviation fuel is one technical issue that needs to be tackled, says the courier giant’s head of global forwarding and freight units
  • The German firm aims to electrify 60 per cent of its car fleet, or roughly 80,000 vehicles, by 2030

Topic |   Business of climate change
DHL announced in March a plan to plough €7 billion (US$8.31 billion) into alternative aviation fuels. Photo: AFP DHL announced in March a plan to plough €7 billion (US$8.31 billion) into alternative aviation fuels. Photo: AFP
DHL announced in March a plan to plough €7 billion (US$8.31 billion) into alternative aviation fuels. Photo: AFP
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