The combination of plastic and the circular economy model is the key to reducing its impact on the environment and promoting sustainable growth, contributing to the achievement of the Green Pact and the SDGs. Logifruit is committed both to the sustainable use of this material and to the research of other materials and processes to extend the useful life and the use of raw materials.
The European Union has focused on sustainability and economic models, such as the circular economy, to ensure the path towards an emission-neutral Europe by 2050. Within these models, the term reverse logistics is beginning to make a strong impression… Here’s why.
Since the breakout of the Industrial Revolution at the end of the 18th century, consumer society has grown under the mantra: produce, use and throw away. A linear paradigm that has caused an unprecedented environmental impact and that has come up against the finite quantity of raw materials. As an alternative to this production system, […]
AECOC has awarded this prize to Logifruit for the development of an action plan to reduce C02 emissions by 20%, aiming to achieve greater logistics efficiency.
Logifruit was born in 1996 seeking to provide a more economical and especially more sustainable response to the transport of food products.
Talent, innovation and commitment at the 11th Edition of the National Packaging Design and Sustainability Awards.
The challenge launched by Logifruit for the Packaging Innovation Cluster awards sought to offer a logistics solution that would ensure the quality and freshness of fresh products in the last mile.
In 2019, it invested 38 million euros and saved 882 tons of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.