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The perishable supply chain

Have you ever wondered about how Italian ice cream was invented – before electricity? Or, the significance of eggs at Easter? Ice cream reaches back in time to the Egyptians; the Mughals and 5th century Greeks with their snow mixed … Continue reading

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Improving Supply Chain Energy efficiency. What happens to the Majority World?

McKinsey have published an important insight into increasing the energy efficiency of supply chains. Starting from the fact that 15 million barrels of oil per day – that’s 20% of total production – is used to move things around globally, the study … Continue reading

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How green is my shanty town?

We all know by now that roughly 80% of our global energy needs come from carbon emitting fuels. The challenge ahead of us is stunning. A McKinsey Report highlights that we get $740 of GDP for every ton of Co2. All the Plans … Continue reading

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Green distribution in a Mega City

Every day in Mumbai 5,000 semi literate Dabawalas of the Nutan Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Charity Trust deliver lunch to 200,000 office workers within a 60 kms radius inside three hours. The meals are home made, served up in a … Continue reading

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