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August 29th, 2011
DHL Singapore Drives Fuel Efficiency with Vehicle Tracking

DHL Express Singapore has put its foot on the green accelerator, with a new pilot initiative to improve fuel efficiency by tracking the driving habits of its delivery staff. The logistics company’s Vehicle Energy Reduction Program (VERP) trial, which commenced in March this year, is DHL’s first in the Asia-Pacific region and involves 16 of DHL’s 158 delivery trucks. While the VERP is a way for DHL to measure consumed energy of its fleet, it is more than a vehicle tracking mechanism, said Christopher Ong, vice president for business development at DHL Asia-Pacific. Read More