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TMS Carbon Footprint Emission Tracking Reports

As a leading organization in the Transport Management Industry, our business conducts directly impact the environment that helps sustain us. In order to provide our clients with a solution to track and reimburse accumulated carbon footprint collected through their orders, our TMS offers Emission Tracking Reports. Not only does it help our clients manage their transport orders efficiently, but it also helps us understand how well we have managed the impact of CO2 emission over the past months.

Explolanka Freight (A subsidiary of Expolanka Holdings PLC) is Sri Lanka’s first Logistics Company to be certified by Green Freight Asia. We are constantly looking for ways to reduce carbon emissions by integrating reports into our widely used Transport Management System (TMS).

Oki Doki Pvt Limited becomes first in Sri Lanka to introduce Bio Fuel Trucks

For the first time in Sri Lanka, Oki Doki (Pvt) Ltd a subsidiary of the Expo Lanka Holdings PLC recently introduced 100% Biofuel powered trucks. Oki Doki, one of Sri Lanka’s leading pioneers in high-tech driven transportation and efficient cutting edge logistics,  recognizes this to be a crucial juncture within the precision conscious industry whilst hoping to gain a competitive advantage to its clientele by adding value to every step of the supply chain.

The introduction of the utilization of 100% Bio Fuel by Oki Doki is also one of the firsts within the logistics industry itself and is a long-term sustainable solution for the growing need within it. Renewable energy unlike petroleum and coal, biofuel is any fuel that is derived from biomass— through either plant, algae material or animal waste or a combination of all such matter. The utilization of biofuel is a better alternative to gasoline and diesel as it provides reductions in the generation of greenhouse gas emissions compared to nonrenewable energy.

“Sustainability within the logistics sector has been a long overdue requirement as more and more markets, businesses and individuals continue to depend on the access and benefits provided by globalization. While consumerism continues to evolve, global logistics providers are continuously strained and are looking at solutions that now go beyond the consumers’ access to global goods and services but which will also cater to their needs for the planet and environment. We at Oki Doki are proud to take this necessary step in the right directions to align ourselves to the pulse of our consumers demand sustainable solutions,”

Revive Bundala

Together with Expolanka Holdings PLC, Project ‘Revive Bundala’ was launched in 2019 with the aim of restoring Bundala National Park’s ecosystem. This National Park in Sri Lanka, which was declared a Ramsar site and is well known for attracting international migratory birds has been deeply affected by an invasive plant species. 

We were able to adopt 600 acres of land that had been cleared off the invasive species to initiate a project that focuses on rehabilitating and reviving the surrounding habitat by planting 125,000 trees over 5 years, so that migratory birds would return over the years. In the year of inception (2019), we successfully planted 15,000 plants of native species. 

In early 2020, the project’s progress was delayed due to the pandemic. Nevertheless, we were able to launch phase 2 over two stages due to the ease of lockdowns and restrictions in the South: October 2020 and January 2021. While our intention for this project was to have our own employees volunteer by planting, this had to be revised, as we couldn’t have employees participate in large groups. Therefore, we sought help from the local community by hiring them to plant in designated areas. As the local community is heavily dependent on tourism for their daily income and tourism was at a standstill, this was a way for us as a conglomerate to empower them financially as well. The community members who were selected were also educated on the plants and how to take care of them, thereby ensuring that the plants will sustain under their care for the long run.  

During phase 2, with the assistance of local community members and Park staff, enabled almost 25,000 saplings to be planted.  

  • To date, we have successfully planted 40,000 saplings across approximately 100 acres of land. 
  • SDG *: Decent Work and Economic Growth 
  • SDG 15: Life on Land

EFL Recognized at MAS Vendor Summit

Expolanka Freight was recently recognized for their support by MAS Holdings at a felicitation dinner for business partners from their supply chain and service providers. The objective of the event was to share MAS’s 2020 plans to synergize mutual business ambitions, and appreciate the valued partnerships which have contributed to MAS’ successes over the past 25 years.