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DHL Express India, Aragen Life Sciences sign GoGreen Plus partnership to reduce carbon emissions

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DHL Express, the world’s leading international express service provider, and Aragen Life Sciences, a leading provider of contract research, development, and manufacturing services for the global life-sciences industry, jointly announced partnership to use DHL’s GoGreen Plus service. 

 




This pioneering collaboration makes Aragen the first Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) customer of DHL Express in India.

 




The GoGreen Plus service supports Aragen’s goal to reduce carbon emissions in international shipments.

 




“We are happy to announce our partnership with Aragen Life Sciences, a significant move towards sustainable business in India,” said R.S Subramanian, DHL Express’ senior vice president for South Asia. “Aragen is our first SBTi customer to have come on board to reduce carbon emissions, and we’re proud to support their ambition. Now more than ever, it has become necessary to address the problem of scope 3 emissions. With our GoGreen Plus service, we’re assisting customers in this journey. We hope this agreement inspires others to adopt sustainable practices and embrace low-emission transport services through sustainable aviation fuel.”

 




Manni Kantipudi, CEO of Aragen Life Sciences, added, “Sustainability and ESG are key priority areas for Aragen and this collaboration with DHL Express will help us achieve our near-term target under SBTi by 2032. As a socially and environmentally responsible corporate, Aragen is committed to reducing carbon emissions produced while shipping internationally and the GoGreen Plus service will enable us to achieve this. Aragen and DHL have a longstanding association and this collaboration underscores our mutual commitment to responsible sustainable practices and managing our scope emissions with carbon insetting.”

 




Aragen will use the GoGreen Plus service across all its major overseas trade lanes including the American and European routes.  

 




GoGreen Plus uses SAF to enable customers to reduce scope 3 emissions, which include the CO2e emissions associated with their freight.

 




Having recently launched in India, GoGreen Plus is made possible by significant contracts with key suppliers such as BP, Neste and World Energy, which produce SAF from alternative raw materials with a sustainable-energy profile. 

 




Unlike offsetting initiatives, GoGreen Plus (insetting) reduces emissions within the logistics sector.

 




The service can be used for DHL customers’ own voluntary emission reporting and follows the SBTi philosophy. 

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