Tesco decouples supply chain emissions with new rail route

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Supermarket says new link to South Wales will cut CO2 by 60 per cent compared to road haulage

Tesco is shifting freight from road to rail on certain routes as the retail giant looks to halve carbon emissions for each case of goods delivered by the end of the year. The supermarket has partnered...

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