Woodland Group Joins Smart Freight Centre

Woodland Group is dedicated to actively participating in the creation of a sustainable future for the industry and the wider ecosystem. The company proudly announces its membership in Smart Freight Centre (SFC), a collaborative organization uniting industry leaders committed to reducing the environmental impact of global freight.

As part of SFC, Woodland engages in knowledge sharing, implements best practices, and advocates for impactful green solutions alongside airlines, forwarders, shippers, and other stakeholders. This partnership underscores Woodland’s commitment to aligning its supply chain with sustainability goals, contributing to cleaner and more responsible global freight practices.

The membership also grants Woodland access to carrier-specific emission factors, enhancing reporting accuracy and supporting efforts to maximize carbon reduction within the industry. By joining Smart Freight Centre, Woodland takes another significant step in its sustainability journey, gaining valuable insights and resources to drive positive environmental impact and ensure compliance with evolving climate change regulations.

Woodland’s dedication to sustainability extends to preparing clients for regulatory changes related to climate change, offering expert guidance and tools to facilitate sustainable practices and drive positive impact. As part of its membership in Smart Freight Centre, Woodland has joined key working groups such as the Global Logistics Emission Council (GLEC), Clean Cargo program, and Clean Air Transport program, focusing on reducing emissions in ocean freight and air freight.

In line with its commitment to transparency, Woodland will release its 2023 sustainability report in the coming weeks, highlighting achieved goals, identifying areas for improvement, and advancing its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) agenda.