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TFG goes Green

Clear path for the sustainability strategy “TFGreen” and for CO2-free transport

BREMEN / WILHELMSHAVEN – 11.11.2020. TFG Transfracht continues to focus on „Green Logistics“ – with its new sustainability strategy TFGreen – THE GREEN WAY even stronger than before. With a new rage of eco solutions for 100% CO2-free rail and climate-neutral road transport, as well as internal and external measures as the core of their ecological action, TFG is making a strong contribution to climate, natural and resource protection as well as noise protection.

With rail transport in the main course, the market leader in inland seaport transport is already achieving sustainable environmental protection. In addition, the new sustainability initiative redefined the product portfolio and focused even more on the major environmental benefit of CO2 savings – both on rail and on road. As a result, TFG presents two strong eco solutions.

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