Recycle Industry Trend to Green Logistics

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1. Introduction…………………………………………………………………………3

2. Literature Review
3.1 Definition of Green Logistics………………………………………….4 3.2 Definition of Reverse Logistics……………………………………..5-6

3. Case study – Treeland Services Company Ltd
4.3 Treeland Services Company background…………………………..7 4.4 Working procedure of TreeLand Services Company Ltd………..7-8 4.5 Green Logistics in Treeland company Services Company Ltd…..10 4.6 Electronic waste with Hazardous materials……………………11-13

4. Prospect of green logistics………………………………………………….......14

5. Conclusion………………………………………………………………………..15

Reference……………………………………………………………………16-18

1. Introduction
Nowadays, most people consider the sustainable transport passengers and freight, Logistics is the operation of the center of the modern transportation system, mean a certain level of organization and control freight only modern technology came into being. It has turn into one of the most important developments in the transport sector. Within the range of the green degree of concern for the environment has become a code word, and is generally considered to be positive. It is used to suggestions and environmental compatibility, and therefore, such as logistics is considered beneficial.

When these two words together, it is recommended that the environmental protection, and efficient transportation and distribution system. Green Logistics Supply chain management practices and strategies to reduce the environmental and energy consumption of the goods distribution. It focuses on material handling, waste management, packaging and transport.

A company can focus on the product packaging, and other alternative fuel vehicles, ongoing green logistics. However, a closer look at the concept and its applications, there has been a large number of contradictions and inconsistencies, which indicate that might have been expected in the first place, its applications may be more difficult. Although there have been a lot of debate on green logistics truly bring transport industry development is very narrow and specific interests. Reduce transportation costs, better utilization of assets, such as vehicles, terminals and distribution centers, green logistics strategy is implemented. In assumptions and many other areas of human endeavor, the green became a slogan in the transportation industry in the late 20 1980s and early 1990s 2. Literature Review

3.1 Definition of Green Logistics

Abukhader and Jonsson call “green logistics” represents the convergence of several stands of research that began at different times over the past 40 years. There have five themes: reducing freight, transport externalities, city logistics, reverse logistics, corporate environmental strategies towards logistics and green logistics research (Abukhader and Jonsson, 2004)

McKinnon defined green logistics identifies several ways for companies to reduce the environmental impact of transport and logistics activities, including modal changes and intermodal solutions (McKinnon, 2010a; Woodburn and Whiteing, 2010), advances in technology solutions (McKinnon, 2010b), tools for assessing the carbon footprint of activities (Eglese and Black, 2010; Lieb and Lieb, 2010; McKinnon, 2010c; Piecyk, 2010), green transport management (Lieb and Lieb, 2010), and green logistics system design (Aronsson and Huge-Brodin, 2006; Kohn and Huge-Brodin, 2008; Harris et al., 2010).

Schmied differentiate four elements influence green logistics – company, customers, politics, and society. According to customer requirements delivered with clean vehicles or in such manner that the emissions are minimized, forcing suppliers to go to green solutions, although normally they will not do. Customers can go to superstores that are built in places having convenient road system and avoid that are built in such way that reaching them may cause extra emissions. Perhaps the biggest...
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