In Turkey, where 90% of the transportation is done by highways, 850 thousand trucks are on the roads. It receives an average of 450 thousand trucks per day. According to the first half of 2020 data of TIRPORT, Turkey’s digital logistics platform where nearly 2,500 FTL transports are carried out in a day, a truck makes an average of 7-9 transportations per month, with an average of 282 km per day. making way.
With the enhanced intelligence supported location-based smart matching technologies developed by TIRPORT, idle waiting times and empty cruises of trucks can be reduced by up to 35%.
An average lorry/truck consumes 0.3 L/km of fuel, emitting 2.77 kg of CO2 for every 1 L of diesel consumption. Considering the daily transport traffic on the highways, 105,453,000 kg of CO2 per day is released to the nature by trucks.
TIRPORT prevents the release of 55,251,875 kg of CO2 into the nature annually with its smart matching and optimization technologies developed for the logistics sector, and this rate is increasing day by day.
CO2 emissions are a great threat to the world and humanity. TIRPORT puts a stop to this threat with the innovative technologies it has developed for the logistics and transportation sector and contributes to the reduction of CO2 emissions.
When we look closely at the data;
A freight driver works an average of 20 days a month and travels an average of 282 km per day. This figure corresponds to 5,640 km per month and 67,680 km per year.
A lorry/truck consuming 0.3 L/km of fuel per km travels 282 km per day and burns 282*0.3L= 84.6 L diesel fuel. Since 1 L of diesel fuel emits 2.77kg of CO2, an average truck/truck releases 2.77*84.6L= 234.34 kg of CO2 per day to nature.
The amount of CO2 released by all trucks in Turkey, where 450,000 trucks and trucks are underway, is 234.34 kg*450.000 Trucks= 105.453.000 kg CO2 per day.
With TIRPORT, Drivers Find Turning Load, CO2 Emissions Are Decreased By 35%
In Turkey, 35% of the lorries and trucks on the move are empty. Thousands of drivers, who cannot find a load in the region they go to, have to travel from city to city to search for cargo or often return with their vehicles empty. This situation has a negative impact on the budget of truck and truck drivers, as well as increasing CO2 emissions, which is the main cause of global warming.
With the location-based technologies it has developed, TIRPORT allows drivers to see the closest loads to their location and to find a new load from the area where they left the load. Thus, the idle movement rates are realized at the lowest level.
Tirport Protects Nature, Green and Country Economy
The amount of CO2 that is prevented from being released by TIRPORT; TIRPORT contributes to leaving a better world to future generations with its positive impact on many points from preventing air pollution, protecting human health and strengthening the country’s economy. Looking at the examples;
- Since an adult tree absorbs 114 kg of CO2 emissions annually, we create the equivalent of a carbon reduction of a forest of 485,176 trees. This corresponds to twice the number of trees planted in Istanbul in the past 20 years.
- The carbon footprint of 1 kg of plastic corresponds to 6 kg of CO2 and 83.3 plastic bottles are produced with 1 kg of plastic. With the amount of CO2 avoided by TIRPORT, 9,208,645 kg of plastic waste can be recycled. This corresponds to 767,356,388 plastic bottles. It can be considered as a big step towards saving our world from plastic pollution. Thanks to TIRPORT, CO2 emissions equivalent to that resulting from the production of 9,208,645 kg of plastic are prevented. This corresponds to the production of 767,356,388 plastic bottles.
- Considering that a passenger vehicle emits an average of 5,200 kg of CO2 per year, the amount of CO2 and harmful gas emissions prevented by TIRPORT is equivalent to the pollution that 10,625 vehicles will create in traffic. Considering that around 50 thousand people lose their lives due to air pollution every year in Turkey, the importance of this issue can be better understood.
We produce and work with the belief of preserving nature and leaving a more livable world to future generations.