Renewable energy and sustainability at Nike

by Maria Hartas, DCMME Center Graduate Student Assistance

Multinational corporation, Nike, announced the opening of Court; a distribution center that will run on entirely renewable energy in Ham, Belgium. As part of the company’s goal to achieve zero carbon operations by 2025, this new distribution center will run on clean energy from wind, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric and biomass local sources.

The opening of a distribution center in a key location in Europe will have environmental and operational effects for Nike. With a network of canals near Court, containers could be shipped by water thereby reducing the reliance on truck deliveries. In addition to increased sustainability, Nike will be well positioned to expand its logistics reach to Africa, Europe, and the Middle East faster, safer and greener.

How can companies go green and expand their logistics capabilities?

Are companies actively reducing their carbon footprint?

Can distribution centers be environmentally friendly?

Source: https://www.supplychaindive.com/news/nike-distribution-center-100-renewable-energy/563497/

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