Skip to main content
① Reduction of carbon emissions (low-carbon)
② Prevention of environmental pollution
③ Usage of renewable energy
As part of our environmental policy, we are promoting "environmentally-conscious business activities".
Furthermore, we are stepping up our efforts in Green Logistics (*1) and teaming up with partner companies to ensure we play our part in the fight against global warming.
(*1) Green Logistics: refers to environmentally conscious logistics initiatives which contribute to the prevention of global warming. It is one part of our smart logistics service, a business concept of the Hitachi Transport System Group. The main environmental measures being promoted are outlined below.
(1)Promoting collaborative logistics
(2)Expanding Modal Shift in transportation
(3)Making the shift to eco-friendly vehicles and eco-friendly driving
(4)Building environmentally-friendly distribution centers
(5)Promotion of resource recycling
・Reduce consumption of electricity, gasoline and LP gas and recycle waste, etc.
・Contribute to customers through CO2 emission reduction and resource recycling.
・Increase global environmental awareness. Observe environmental laws/ordinances and company regulations.
・Preserve biodiversity and ecosystem. Maintain environmental collaboration with customers and local communities.
We will promote companywide environmental activities that are conscious of "ESG" (environment, society, governance).
Note 1: Note 1: The figures are on a consolidated Hitachi Transport System Group basis
Note 2: Note 2: Recycling Rate = (Reuse Amount + Recycling Amount + Heat Recovery Amount) / Total Emissions
Note 3: Green Purchasing Rate: the ratio of office supplies purchased at the e-sourcing MALL (an electronic purchasing system) that are environmentally-friendly products.
Note 4: Categories of new eco-friendly vehicles: Compressed natural gas vehicles, hybrid vehicles, electric vehicles, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) vehicles (including bi-fuel vehicles), vehicles recognized as "Fuel-efficient Vehicles (2015 fuel efficiency standards)," "Low-emission Vehicles (2005 regulations)," and "Post New Long-term Regulation Vehicles (2016 regulations)" by the national government, fuel cell vehicles, and biofuel vehicles.
* Scope: Hitachi Transport System and its consolidated domestic group companies (21 firms)
Note 1: The figures are on a consolidated Hitachi Transport System Group basis
Note 2: Awards from groups outside the company .
1) 18th Logistics Environment Awards (Logistics environmental impact mitigation techniques Development Award);Japan Association for Logistics and Transport Sponsored .Subject ; Efforts of recycled resources goods transport of modal shift
2) 4th Modal shift initiatives excellent business Award (new business development department) ; Japan Association for Logistics and Transport sponsored .Subject ; Railway long-distance modal shift of precision equipment (banking terminal)
3) Japan Packaging Contest 2017 Appropriate Packaging Award ; Japan Packaging Institute sponsored .
Note 3: Recycling Rate = (Reuse Amount + Recycling Amount + Heat Recovery Amount) / Total Emissions
Note 4: per-unit water consumption (water usage per total floor space).
* We changed the target from total amount to basic unit.
Note 5: Green Purchasing Rate: the ratio of office supplies purchased at the e-sourcing MALL (an electronic purchasing system) that are environmentally-friendly products.
Note 6:New eco-car categories: Compressed natural gas vehicles, hybrid vehicles, electric vehicles, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) vehicles (including dual fuel use), "Fuel-efficient vehicles (2010 fuel efficiency standards)" and "Low-emission vehicles (2005 regulations)" recognized as such by the national government, "Post new long-term regulation vehicles (2009 regulations), fuel cell vehicles, and biofuel vehicles.
● Supply Chain Emissions （FY2016）