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There are many ways to ship automobiles and
automotive parts. This is the smartest way.
i. WHAT IS SMARTWAY?
SmartWay is an EPA voluntary partnership that helps companies improve
freight transportation efficiency throughout their supply chains - to move
more ton-miles of freight with lower emissions and less energy, and at
a lower cost. Over 3,700 shippers, logistics companies, truck, rail, barge,
multimodal carriers and organizations (including many Fortune 500
companies) have registered with SmartWay since 2004,
2. WHY IS FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION
EFFICIENCY IMPORTANT?
In the U.S., freight transport accounts for over 28
percent of transport greenhouse gas emissions,
making it one of the largest carbon footprint
contributors. Freight is the fastest growing source
of transport emissions in the U.S. and globally - and
trucking activity is the largest contributor.
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3. HOW DOES SMARTWAY WORK?
SmartWay gives its Partners an integrated
set of EPA-tested tools to make informed
transportation choices. These tools help
companies measure, benchmark and report
carbon emissions, and improve freight
efficiency and environmental performance
across their supply chain.
4. WHY DO AUTOMOTIVE COMPANIES
REGISTER WITH SMARTWAY?
Automotive companies are increasingly concerned with addressing their
Scope 3 carbon emissions from transportation. SmartWay gives these
companies the high-quality data they need for Carbon Disclosure Project
(CDP) and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) requirements. Participation in
SmartWay also gives Partners a competitive edge and enhances their
corporate image.
5. WHAT RESULTS HAVE SMARTWAY
PARTNERS ACHIEVED?
Since 2004, SmartWay Partners have eliminated 119 million tons of harmful
air pollutants. They've saved 248,9 million barrels of oil and $33.4 billion
in fuel costs. This is equivalent to eliminating annual energy use in over 16
million homes.
6. HOW DO SMARTWAY AUTOMOTIVE
PARTNERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR
CUSTOMERS AND STAKEHOLDERS?
SmartWay registration demonstrates a public
commitment to corporate social responsibility
and sustainable business practices. Registered
SmartWay automotive Partners like General
Motors (GM), Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)
and Toyota Logistic Services show customers,
clients and investors that they are mitigating
risk, reducing their carbon footprint and taking
responsibility for emissions associated with
moving goods.
7. HOW DO AUTOMOTIVE
COMPANIES BENEFIT
FROM REGISTERING
WITH SMARTWAY?
SmartWay Partners are part of
an alliance that includes Canada
and a global network of Green
Freight programs. Partners can
network with their peers to share
best practices and success stories,
and participate in industry forums
and recognition ceremonies to
showcase their achievements.
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8. HOW CAN MY AUTOMOTIVE COMPANY
REGISTER WITH SMARTWAY?
It's easy. Simply enter your freight activity data in a
free, downloadable tracking and assessment tool, and
submit it to EPA. Registration is renewed annually.
VISIT EPA.GOV/SMARTWAY TO LEARN MORE.
EPA-420-F-19-006 I February 2019 | SmartWay Transport Partnership I epa.gov/smartway
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When you join SmartWay, you're in good company.
SOME OF SMARTWAY'S AUTOMOTIVE SHIPPER PARTNERS:
FCA
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HERE'S WHAT OUR PARTNERS SAY ABOUT SMARTWAY:
' The EPA SmartWay Partnership's benchmarking tools have
helped General Motors and its freight carriers decrease
emissions and save fuel and money. It's helping us reduce our
impact on climate change - a commitment that extends from
our supply chain to our products."
AL HiLdreth, Global Energy Manager,
General Motors
' At FCA, sustainability and the environment are a priority. It is
important to lead by example, that is why we continue to be
proud of our status as a SmartWay Partner. All of our family
truckload and intermodal carriers are SmartWay certified,
and we also use their emission bin level as a performance
metric in our carrier scorecard."
Scott Marcantonio, Senior Manager, Parts & Material
Transportation, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)
FCA
" AIAG believes that corporate responsibility is everyone's
business. Through our collaborative approach, our members
are helping the industry tackle pain points that one individual
or corporation could not easily solve alone. As a SmartWay
Affiliate we are committed to educating our members on better
choices for their businesses and the environment."
J. Scot SharLand, Executive Director,
Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG)
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