Although the majority of a company’s supply chain footprint comes from transportation, it’s also important to look at your buildings, their energy consumption and their operating equipment to make them as energy efficient as possible.
A number of articles from Supply Chain Network may assist you in learning more about a number of factors you can influence in the initial design, location and building standards (ie; LEED) for any new or retrofit logistics facility you may be contemplating.
In Search of the Carbon Neutral Supply Chain
LEED Certification for Your Logistics Facilities
Environment Will Drive Major Logistics Real Estate Shift
Creating Triple E Logistics Facilities
LEED Certification Organizations by Country
We hope you enjoy these buildings and operations resources and please feel free to suggest additional article topics for inclusion or send us relevant articles you’d like to see published on the Green Supply Chain Network site.