Ranheim Paper & Board chooses the green alternative
Unifeeder enters into a unique transport agreement with Greencarrier, Green Cargo, and Ranheim Paper & Board.
‘Until now, we have used exclusively trucking services, and 14,000 trucks have been transported to and from our factory annually. We have a strong desire to become more environmentally friendly and therefore we have now entered into an agreement to use shortsea transport from Trondheim to Vienna’ says Supply Chain Manager Trond Ole Winther in Ranheim Paper & Board
Unifeeder is honored to have an opportunity to collaborate with like-minded companies which are eager to rethink the boundaries of logistics and find more sustainable transport solutions. We hope that such a move from a well-established player like Ranheim Paper & Board will motivate more companies to step away from traditional trucking and explore environmental-friendly as well as cost-efficient options.
"It's approximately 15,000 tonnes, or about 600 containers per year, which will now be transported by rail and boat instead of a truck. We thus save our own environment a lot of pollution and traffic, as well as save the European region a total of 1816 tones* of CO2 emission, says Winther.
About Ranheim Paper & Board
Leading supplier of recycled paper, board and counter reels in the Nordic area. The company uses exclusively brown recycled fiber as raw material. This raw material is referred to as OCC (Old Corrugated Containers) and is collected in Norway and Sweden, where the fiber quality is considerably higher than in continental Europe.
About Unifeeder Shortsea
We find smarter ways to move any type of cargo-using the best combination of sea, rail, and road. We focus on providing intermodal, door-to-door solutions that are cost-efficient, reliable and environmentally friendly.
*The numbers stated in the above text are only an estimation and are provided in good faith. While it is accurate as far as the authors are aware, no representations or warranties are made about its completeness. No responsibility will be assumed by Unifeeder. The calculations have been made according to guidelines for Measuring and Managing CO2 Emissions from Freight Transport Operations.
On September 21th, 2019, the world’s first container ship retrofitted with a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) engine, “Wes Amelie”, received LNG through a SIMOPS (simultaneous operations) ship-to-ship bunker operation from the world’s largest LNG bunker supply vessel “Kairos”.
We can finally share the outcome of our visit with Danske Rederier at the largest container terminal in Hamburg, HHLA Burchardkai. Our CEO Jesper Kristensen explains how Shortsea and multimodal transportation can benefit supply chains and most of all our environment.