ALOM Latest to Strive for Net Zero Carbon Footprint

Supply chains are becoming more sustainable, as ALOM becomes the latest company in the supply chain to aim for a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030.


Supply chain management company ALOM introducing three new programs as part of its goal to reduce human impact on climate change throughout the supply chain, aiming for a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030. ALOM calls its new goal the The Net Zero Supply Chain Sustainability Initiative, which will be tracked and measured through its business intelligence data in three different areas such as carbon offset, recycling and employee engagement. 

Per PR Web

  • The Net Zero Supply Chain Sustainability Initiative will focus on carbon reduction in the atmosphere to mitigate human impacts accelerating global climate change. Specifically, ALOM will drive three key programs that will be tracked, measured and reported through the company’s rigorous data and proprietary Business Intelligence (BI) technology: Invest in Carbon Offset: Utilize clean and renewable energy, offset emissions, optimize freight use, and implement energy-saving technology throughout client supply chains. Refuse/Reduce/Reuse/Recycle Materials: Reduce consumption of energy, paper, and hazardous materials; source environmentally-friendly products and materials. Engage to Save: Collaborate with staff, suppliers and clients to implement strategies that lower impact, eliminate waste and optimize efficiency.

ALOM is one of many companies throughout the supply chain that announced a plan to strive for a major carbon footprint reduction, including DHL, Amazon, FedEx and Maersk