We are proud to share the winners of our May 2017 Freight Photo Contest!
Palletized Trucking successfully completed its 2016 emissions reporting with SmartWay Transport Partnership. SmartWay’s Partner tools are used to measure progress toward cleaner air and more sustainable business practices.
Palletized Trucking Inc., a leading provider of transportation, logistics, warehousing, and storage, continues its commitment to track and report its carbon accounting practices for 2017. Freight transportation is one of the fastest growing impacts on the environment and as consumer demand increases, we are committed to respond with the most efficient and cleaner transportation practices.
Palletized Trucking Inc. is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) SmartWay® Transport Partner. EPA recently approved our annual submission of Partnership reporting requirements for 2016. Each year performance data is submitted and reviewed to qualify as a SmartWay partner.
SmartWay is a voluntary and cost-free program that supports companies’ initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from freight supply chain transportation activities. Operational strategies, data management tools and verified technology supports are provided. The SmartWay Partnership is a domestic and international freight and supply chain program that manages data for over 3500 partners across all domestic shipping modes in the US and Canada. SmartWay implements its goals to lower freight carbon footprints by conducting analysis and research of freight impacts, engaging with freight experts, anticipating and responding to trends, developing strategic resources and communication strategies, and serving as an international model. International collaborations exist with Mexico, China and other Asian nations, Europe, and Latin America.
“Palletized Trucking knows that partnering with SmartWay is good for business, people and the environment,” says Cheryl Bynum, U.S. EPA’s SmartWay Director, “By partnering with us, Palletized is demonstrating their commitment to sustainability through cleaner, lower carbon goods movement.”
Learn more about the EPA’s SmartWay program at: https://www.epa.gov/smartway/
On April 28 - 30, 2014 Palletized Trucking transported NASA's retired Shuttle Carrier Aircraft (SCA), a modified Boeing 747 dubbed NASA 905, from Ellington Field to its new home at Space Center Houston.
Palletized Trucking was selected by McIver & Smith Fabricators to transport a large vessel from its plant in north Houston to Industrial Terminal. The vessel was 81 feet long, approximately 20 feet in diameter, and weighed 411,000 pounds.