Logistics UK, has named McCulla (Ireland) Ltd Decarbonisation Champion of the Year at its annual Logistics Awards, held at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge on Thursday 8 December. The award, sponsored by AIPUT, was presented at the gala dinner.
McCulla Ireland, recent and former winners of Fleet Transport Awards, uses food waste to produce renewable electricity for its cold stores and bio-methane gas for its trucks, which produce 93% fewer carbon emissions than their diesel counterparts. The business believes that decarbonisation is the biggest challenge facing food production and transportation and it is offering alternative and sustainable solutions.
David Wells, Logistics UK’s Chief Executive, commented: “McCulla (Ireland) is a worthy winner of the Decarbonisation Champion of the Year Award. The judges were particularly impressed by its amazing adoption of technology, and linkage with agriculture, to create the greenest fleet and warehousing operation in Ireland. I would like to congratulate McCulla for its win; the company is indeed a champion in the field of decarbonisation.”
The Logistics Awards 2022 recognise and celebrate the companies and individuals who have made a significant contribution to the logistics and supply industry over the past 12 months and who excel in their fields. The awards were sponsored by organisations including the Port of Dover, Workforce Recruitment, DWF, Brigade Electronics, DDC FPO, Board RM, DHL Supply Chain, Kärcher, Logistics UK Fuelcard and Logistics UK Recovery. For the full list of winners, please visit https://logistics.org.uk/logistics22