"As a member of Green Freight Asia we learn from others and share green logistics practices."
Mr. Qi Bing Zheng, General Manager
Ant Logistics (China) Ltd
"We are proud of having received the GFA Label as it is an important recognition and makes our sustainability efforts visible to our customers."
Mr. Chen Min
General Manager, Shanghai Fuying Logistics
"As a GFA founding member, HP is proud of the dedication and commitment of GFA and its members. HP looks forward to the continued collaboration, progress and success of GFA and the GFA Label.”
VP - Global Logistics Supply Chain Network and Logistics, HP Inc.
"Joining the GFA complements our activities in terms of sustainability, places us one step ahead of our competitors and show to our stakeholders that we have a holistic sustainability approach."
Senior Director Corporate Supply Chain, Infineon Technologies
"IKEA, through Green Freight Asia and its partners, believes in the importance to work collectively on reducing fuel usage and emissions from road freight transport in the Asia Pacific to create a ‘cleaner’ future.”
IKEA Asia Pacific Director of Distribution
"The GFA Label helps us to identify transport service providers committed to the introduction of green technologies and the reduction of CO2 emissions in the logistics field."
Regional Logistics Manager, HEINEKEN Asia Pacific
"The majority of customers believe that the green transport of goods is increasingly becoming a decisive factor in winning consumers."
Vice President, Transport and Distribution, DHL Supply Chain Asia Pacific
"The GFA Label is important for us as it helps us identify freight companies that share our commitment to reducing transport related CO2 emissions."
Director of Logistics Procurement and Compliance, LENOVO
"Success in sustainability depends on mutually beneficial collaboration and UPS is proud to be part of the standards’ setting process for Green Freight Asia."
Asia Pacific Vice President for Public Affairs and Director for Sustainability, UPS
About Green Freight Asia
Green Freight Asia is a network of Asian road freight companies working together to improve fuel efficiency, reduce CO2e emissions, and lower logistics costs across the entire supply chain. The group is made up of large, medium, and small logistics companies (carriers) and customers of logistics companies (shippers).
A green ecosystem whereby shippers can make a conscious, ‘green’ sourcing decision by selecting a carrier based on its GFA Label rankings.
To help lower fuel consumption across Asia-Pacific sourced road freight movements, reduce CO2e emissions from these movements, and lower shipping costs across the entire supply chain.