Yusen Logistics offers SAF option for Customers


Yusen Logistics has launched the “Yusen Book-and-Claim” service utilizing SAF for air freight forwarding services as of April 2023.

International air transportation accounts for 2% of all global Green House Gas (GHG) emissions. After committing to achieve net-zero GHG emissions for all services by 2050 as the Group’s environmental target, Yusen Logistics has been actively developing sustainable initiatives, including using SAF. Since the first SAF partnership in 2022, Yusen Logistics is launching its “Yusen Book-and-Claim” service to provide SAF options for customers.

At Yusen Logistics, the company’s mission is to become the world’s preferred supply chain logistics company and to contribute to the sustainable development of business and society. With the growing global awareness of sustainability, it hopes that the “Yusen Book-and-Claim” add-on option and its air freight service will help its customers grow sustainably. But, more importantly, Yusen Logistics wishes to create an even larger global awareness of SAF and sustainability.

The company’s “Yusen Book-and-Claim” option is powered by some of its global partnership airlines, and it aims to expand this SAF network further to cope with growing demand from its customers. In addition, it is continuously refining its services to provide better value for its customers.

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