KLM MOL Logistics (Netherlands) is the first freight forwarder based in Japan to sign this agreement for the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) during cargo flights. Made from renewable sources, SAF has proven safe to use while also substantially reducing CO² emissions.
100 years of partnership with KLM Cargo
MOL Logistics (Netherlands) has been a partner of KLM Cargo in the Netherlands for almost 100 years. MOL Logistics originated from Wassing BV in Tilburg, which like KLM was founded in 1919. Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, a Japanese listed shipping and logistics service provider took over Wassing in 1990 and since then MOL Logistics (Netherlands) has been part of a global organisation with representation in over 50 countries.
KLM’s partnership with MOL Logistics (Netherlands) ties in with the extensive policies on sustainability, safety and social responsibilities upheld by MOL worldwide. With a fleet of more than 700 ships, this will have a significant impact. A great deal of hard work is currently being carried out to make the warehouses of MOL Logistics’ home base in Tilburg completely CO² neutral.