Difference between revisions of "Green Freight Asia Network (GFAN)"

 
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Grow participation of the private sector and usage of Green Freight Label.
 
Grow participation of the private sector and usage of Green Freight Label.
 
|Participants companies number=61
 
|Participants companies number=61
|Participants companies names=20Cube (Singapore), Al Futtaim Logistics (United Arab Emirates), All Purpose Enterprises (Australia), Ants Logistics (China), Australian National Couriers (Australia), Beijing Long March Risheng Supply Chain (China), Blue Dart Express (India), Bollore Logistics (France), Daosavanh Transport Service (Singapore), Delex Cargo India (India), DHL Supply Chain Singapore (Singapore), Emirates Logistics (United Arab Emirates), Express Freight Management (Papua New Guinea), Eternity Grand Logistics (Thailand), Geolink Group Co. Ltd. (Cambodia), Green Star Lines One Member Limited Company (Vietnam),  MKD Transcorp (Australia), iHUB Solutions (Singapore), Perpetual Niugini (New Guinea), Phuonganh Transport and Trading (Cambodia), Qingdao Guangyunda Logistics (China), Qingdao Guoxing Logistics Co.Ltd (China), Sailing Logistics Limited (China), Sentup Australia (Australia), Shanghai Asian Development International Transport Pudong (China), Shanghai Beiye Newbrother Supply Chain Mgt (China), Shanghai Fuying Logistics (China), Shanghai Huasong Logistics (China), Shanghai Lifeng Logistics (China), Shanghai Shendong Shipping (China), Shanghai Tranwins Supply Chain (China), Shanghai Uton Supply Chain Management (China), Shantou Longjie Logistics (China), Shenzhen Onsoon Transportation (China), Shinkai Transport Systems (China), Shreeji Transport Services (China), Singapore Haulage Services (Singapore), Sunjex Logistics Corporation (China), Sunwa Logistics (China), Toll Networks (New Zealand), U Express (France), United Storage Logistics Shanghai (China),  United Parcel Service - UPS (USA), VINAFCO (Vietnam), Xuan Thieu Nam Dinh Joint Stock Company (Vietnam), Yusen Logistics and Transport Co. (China), Asia Pacific Brewery Hanoi (Vietnam), Bridgestone Tyre (USA), Heineken Asia Pacific (Germany), Hennes and Mauritz - H&M (Sweden)), HP Inc. (USA), IKANO (Sweden), IKEA (Sweden), Infineon Technologies (Germany), Lenovo (Denmark), Procter & Gamble (USA), Schneider Electric Logistics (Germany), Vietnam Brewery (Vietnam).
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|Participants companies names=20Cube (Singapore), Al Futtaim Logistics (United Arab Emirates), All Purpose Enterprises (Australia), Ants Logistics (China), Australian National Couriers (Australia), Beijing Long March Risheng Supply Chain (China), Blue Dart Express (India), Bollore Logistics (France), Daosavanh Transport Service (Singapore), Delex Cargo India (India), DHL Supply Chain Singapore (Singapore), Emirates Logistics (United Arab Emirates), Express Freight Management (Papua New Guinea), Eternity Grand Logistics (Thailand), Geolink Group Co. Ltd. (Cambodia), Green Star Lines One Member Limited Company (Vietnam),  MKD Transcorp (Australia), iHUB Solutions (Singapore), Perpetual Niugini (New Guinea), Phuonganh Transport and Trading (Cambodia), Qingdao Guangyunda Logistics (China), Qingdao Guoxing Logistics Co.Ltd (China), Sailing Logistics Limited (China), Sentup Australia (Australia), Shanghai Asian Development International Transport Pudong (China), Shanghai Beiye Newbrother Supply Chain Mgt (China), Shanghai Fuying Logistics (China), Shanghai Huasong Logistics (China), Shanghai Lifeng Logistics (China), Shanghai Shendong Shipping (China), Shanghai Tranwins Supply Chain (China), Shanghai Uton Supply Chain Management (China), Shantou Longjie Logistics (China), Shenzhen Onsoon Transportation (China), Shinkai Transport Systems (China), Shreeji Transport Services (China), Singapore Haulage Services (Singapore), Sunjex Logistics Corporation (China), Sunwa Logistics (China), Toll Networks (New Zealand), U Express (France), United Storage Logistics Shanghai (China),  United Parcel Service - UPS (USA), VINAFCO (Vietnam), Xuan Thieu Nam Dinh Joint Stock Company (Vietnam), Yusen Logistics and Transport Co. (China), Asia Pacific Brewery Hanoi (Vietnam), Bridgestone Tyre (USA), Heineken Asia Pacific (Germany), Hennes and Mauritz - H&M (Sweden)), HP Hewlett Packard (USA), IKANO (Sweden), IKEA (Sweden), Infineon Technologies (Germany), Lenovo (Denmark), Procter & Gamble (USA), Schneider Electric Logistics (Germany), Vietnam Brewery (Vietnam).
 
|Participants other members number=5
 
|Participants other members number=5
 
|Participants other members names=BSR (USA), TÜV-SÜD(Germany), Smart Freight Centre (Netherlands), GIZ (Germany), Mekong Institute (Thailand).
 
|Participants other members names=BSR (USA), TÜV-SÜD(Germany), Smart Freight Centre (Netherlands), GIZ (Germany), Mekong Institute (Thailand).

Latest revision as of 15:03, 11 October 2019

General

Name of initiative Green Freight Asia Network (GFAN)
LPAA initiative No
NAZCA Initiative No
Website address http://greenfreightasia.org/
Related initiatives
Starting year 2011
End year
Secretariat Green Freight Asia Ltd. 80 Robinson Road, #02-00 Singapore 068898, e-mail: info@greenfreightasia.org
Organisational structure Permanent secretariat
Geographical coverage Asia and the Pacific
Name of lead organisation Green Freight Asia Network (GFAN)
Type of lead organisation NGO/Civil Society
Location/Nationality of lead organisation Singapore

Description

Description GFAN brings together shippers, carriers, logistics providers and associations to advance sustainable freight in Asia. GFAN aims to enhance collaboration to share best practice and jointly scale up green freight efforts, to ensure the active participation of the private sector in the development of national green freight policies and program, to develop consistent methods for measuring and reporting fuel use and GHG emissions from road freight and to establish a database with verified data.
Objectives Educates all Asia-Pacific based stakeholders (governments, manufacturers, logistics

companies and consumers) about sustainable supply chain practices. Provides criteria for companies to be considered green freight friendly. Promotes positive environmental change by awarding companies with Green Freight Label certifications.

Activities Facilitate awareness building, education and best practice exchange for companies to

achieve the Green Freight Label certification. Create a Green Freight Label certification and renewal process. Align with other green freight programs and national initiatives to harmonize and avoid. overlaps and collaborate with other region and global environmental NGOs. Grow participation of the private sector and usage of Green Freight Label.

One or two success stories achieved

Monitoring and Impacts

Function of initiative Political dialogue, Technical dialogue
Activity of initiative Policy planning and recommendations, Awareness raising and outreach, Knowledge dissemination and exchange
Indicators
Goals
Comments on indicators and goals
How will goals be achieved
Have you changed or strenghtened your goals
Progress towards the goals
How are you tracking progress of your initiative
Available reporting

Participants

Participants Number Names
Members 66  
Companies 61 20Cube (Singapore),Al Futtaim Logistics (United Arab Emirates),All Purpose Enterprises (Australia),Ants Logistics (China),Australian National Couriers (Australia),Beijing Long March Risheng Supply Chain (China),Blue Dart Express (India),Bollore Logistics (France),Daosavanh Transport Service (Singapore),Delex Cargo India (India),DHL Supply Chain Singapore (Singapore),Emirates Logistics (United Arab Emirates),Express Freight Management (Papua New Guinea),Eternity Grand Logistics (Thailand),Geolink Group Co. Ltd. (Cambodia),Green Star Lines One Member Limited Company (Vietnam),MKD Transcorp (Australia),iHUB Solutions (Singapore),Perpetual Niugini (New Guinea),Phuonganh Transport and Trading (Cambodia),Qingdao Guangyunda Logistics (China),Qingdao Guoxing Logistics Co.Ltd (China),Sailing Logistics Limited (China),Sentup Australia (Australia),Shanghai Asian Development International Transport Pudong (China),Shanghai Beiye Newbrother Supply Chain Mgt (China),Shanghai Fuying Logistics (China),Shanghai Huasong Logistics (China),Shanghai Lifeng Logistics (China),Shanghai Shendong Shipping (China),Shanghai Tranwins Supply Chain (China),Shanghai Uton Supply Chain Management (China),Shantou Longjie Logistics (China),Shenzhen Onsoon Transportation (China),Shinkai Transport Systems (China),Shreeji Transport Services (China),Singapore Haulage Services (Singapore),Sunjex Logistics Corporation (China),Sunwa Logistics (China),Toll Networks (New Zealand),U Express (France),United Storage Logistics Shanghai (China),United Parcel Service - UPS (USA),VINAFCO (Vietnam),Xuan Thieu Nam Dinh Joint Stock Company (Vietnam),Yusen Logistics and Transport Co. (China),Asia Pacific Brewery Hanoi (Vietnam),Bridgestone Tyre (USA),Heineken Asia Pacific (Germany),Hennes and Mauritz - H&M (Sweden)),HP Hewlett Packard (USA),IKANO (Sweden),IKEA (Sweden),Infineon Technologies (Germany),Lenovo (Denmark),Procter & Gamble (USA),Schneider Electric Logistics (Germany),Vietnam Brewery (Vietnam).
Business organisations 0
Research and educational organisations 0
Non-governmental organisations 0
National states 0
Governmental actors 0
Regional / state / county actors 0
City / municipal actors 0
Intergovernmental organisations 0
Financial Institutions 0
Other members 5 BSR (USA),  TÜV-SÜD(Germany),  Smart Freight Centre (Netherlands),  GIZ (Germany),  Mekong Institute (Thailand).
Supporting partners 0
Number of members in the years
2018
65
Have only national states as participators No


Theme

Transport Agriculture Forestry Business Financial institutions Buildings Industry Waste Cities and subnational governments Short Term Pollutants International maritime transport Energy Supply Fluorinated gases Energy efficiency Renewable energy Supply chain emission reductions Adaptation Other Resilience Innovation Energy Access and Efficiency Private Finance
Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No
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Not only have national states as participators