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Sustainability

By MMH Staff · November 29, 2017
Global environmental disclosure platform recognizes Brambles as one of the six global leaders in fighting supply-chain deforestation.
By Dana P. Stanton, Esq. · November 14, 2017
Responding to a sustainability survey from a customer can be an arduous task. The time required to answer the questions can take hours, days or weeks, depending on the complexity and length of the survey.
By Bob Trebilcock · November 2, 2017
Major automakers like Volvo, GM and Ford have announced plans to expand their fleets of electric vehicles, while distribution center operators like Amazon continue to install solar panels on their rooftops, even in coal country. The question is: Will commitments to sustainability and good corporate citizenship remain if regulations are rolled back?
By Moderated by: Harry Haney · November 2, 2017
Sustainability and the broader umbrella of corporate responsibility (CR) mean many things today. In some quarters, it’s a marketing message. In others, it’s a cost of doing business driven by a firm’s customers. In others still, they are embraced as a competitive advantage and a compass for business leadership.
By James T. Prokopanko and Kingshuk K. Sinha · November 2, 2017
Sustainability is often seen as a cost of doing business. At The Mosaic Company, a former CEO relied on sustainability to turn a struggling organization into a leader.
By MMH Staff · October 26, 2017
Just 15 months after its launch, the CLTD (Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution) credential surpassed 1,000 certifications.
By Josh Bond · October 10, 2017
Amid a record-setting drought, the company met sustainability and productivity goals. Warehouse Sustainability, Green Warehouse, LEED Certified Warehouse Solutions
By MMH Staff · September 6, 2017
Winners to present their submissions at Pack Expo 2017 RPA Reusable Packaging Learning Center | Tuesday, September 26, 2017 | 2:30 pm PDT
By Patrick Burnson · August 31, 2017
Recent research and studies indicate that integrating sustainability into every decision and process in supply chains will be essential in the coming years. Such a strategy not only mitigates risk, say experts, but also contributes to the bottom line.
By MMH Staff · August 29, 2017
The BioPreferred Program was developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to help showcase sustainable products and promote use of renewable agricultural resources.
By MMH Staff · August 16, 2017
Villa brings more than 20 years of automation experience in sales management and global business management roles in Brazil, Mexico and the United States.
By John D. Schulz · August 3, 2017
BMW’s collaboration with South Carolina Ports and Norfolk Southern creates a unique intermodal solution that eliminates truck moves, improves its sustainability efforts and subsequently spurs manufacturing efficiently in a growing region.
By MMH Staff · August 1, 2017
Walmart to expand use of hydrogen fuel cells in its distribution center material handling fleet by $80 million.
By Patrick Burnson · July 31, 2017
Recent research and studies indicate that integrating sustainability into every decision and process in supply chains will be essential in the coming years. Such a strategy not only mitigates risk, say experts, but also contributes to the bottom line.
By MMH Staff · July 25, 2017
Recognized and referenced by more than 400 codes, rating systems, and procurement policies worldwide, the GREENGUARD Certification requires that products meet some of the world’s most rigorous and comprehensive limits for low emissions of volatile organic compounds into indoor environments.

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