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BLG: Among German’s top 50 climate-conscious companies

BREMEN. In January, BLG LOGISTICS was awarded the title “Climate-conscious company”. Capital magazine and the portal Statista had conducted a large-scale study on the question of which companies had succeeded in reducing their greenhouse gas emissions the most over the past five years – and as a result can consider themselves as being among the most “Climate-conscious companies in Germany 2021”. Out of 2,000 companies surveyed, BLG LOGISTICS made it to 49th place. Employees can be seen replacing fluorescent tubes with more climate-friendly LED lamps in the photo here.

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