at fm logistic, we create solutions to limit our carbon footprint

48%

of carbon footprint logistics platform

warehousing

copacking

6%

of carbon footprint logistics platform

warehousing

copacking

22%

of carbon footprint logistics platform

warehousing

copacking

14%

of carbon footprint logistics platform

warehousing

copacking

10%

of carbon footprint logistics platform

warehousing

copacking

Energy

Emission source detail:

80% electricity purchased mainly for lighting and machines

20% fossil fuel mainly for heating

fm solutions implemented:

90% of sites belonging to FM Group are equipped with LED bulbs which leads at least to -30% of energy consumption in average.

Use of solar panels enables for instance tocover around 10% of energy consumption in Capriata d'Orba in Italy. Global solar energy capacity of the Group is around 5 MW and will grow in the future.

Photovoltaic panels on the platform of Capriata d'Orba (Italy)

Energy 48%

of carbon footprint logistics platform

warehousing copacking

Consumables

Emission source detail:

63% Plastic

15% Cardboard / Paper

22% other supply (maintenance, office, equipment)

fm solutions implemented:

Copacking teams are continuously searching solutions to reduce raw materials. Two examples : the use of stretchable sleeves in order to replace the carton packaging and blistering, and the direct printing on cardboards.

FM Logistic also proactively suggests optimization of packaging in order to reduce the needs of cardboards, plastic or other material.

Innovative plastic film used for co-packing activities

Consumables 6%

of carbon footprint logistics platform

warehousing copacking

Production infrastructure

Emission source detail:

91% Buildings (including depreciation)

5% company vehicles,machines and tools

4% Information Technologies

fm solutions implemented:

Almost 50% of warehouses belonging to FM Group are certified with HQE™ or LEED® standards, showing high levels of expectation on environmental issues. Thanks to the structure, materials and choice of equipment, a warehouse with a LEED® certification consumes 20% to 25% less CO2 emissions than non-certified platforms.

FM Logistic introduced forklifts running on hydrogen fuel cells. Environmentally-friendly, this technology enables teams to avoid some waste of time in changing classical batteries and heavy weight load for employees.

Dmitrov, LEED(r) platform in Russia

Production  infrastructure 22%

of carbon footprint logistics platform

warehousing copacking

Transporting people

Emission source detail:

98% Commuting (home - workplace) included 45% with FM Logistic buses, 50% private cars, 5% motorbikes

2% Professional travels with cars

fm solutions implemented:

FM Logistic's car policy is focusing on environmental performance. Private vehicles are selected for their low level of CO2 and other polluting emissions. 4% of the light vehicle fleet is currently electrified.

To support use of private electric vehicles, 1/3 of existing warehouses are equipped with electrical outlets.

Electric car in Resson sur Matz, France

Transporting  people 14%

of carbon footprint logistics platform

warehousing copacking

Waste

today emission

9% Recycled or reused papers

1% Recycled or reused plastics

90% Landfill waste

fm logistic solutions

In France, 7 warehouses collect organic waste in order to produce biogas for the equivalent of 11 households for one year.

During construction phase of the warehouses, more than 80% of waste are re-used or recycled for all new platforms built.

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Waste 10%

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warehousing copacking

Information

This content presents a breakdown of the carbon footprint of a logistic platform by categories. It comes from a study, bases on Bilan Carbone™ methodology, conducted on a platform of 500 employees and 75,000m², based in Europe, thanks to its 2016-2017 consumptions.

Carbon footprint is one key aspect of FM logistic impacts on its environment. This content shows that significant progresses have been made thanks to a long-term commitment from its teams both on building activities and operations.

This module is a first step and FM Logistic will develop other similar modules to illustrate its actions on different activities or on other sustainable issues.