P&G shrinks to sustain
Global - Procter & Gamble will be compacting its entire range of laundry detergents from the US and Canada to reduce wastage in its supply chain.
This move will also help the company save energy and water, delivering meaningful benefits for the environment.
The FMCG manufacturer could save up to four million gigajoules of energy each year, Logistics Week says.
Len Sauers, VP of sustainability at P&G believes power compaction is "a win-win from operations all the way through consumer use".
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