Northern Lights — A Sustainable Way of Goods Transport
Climate change has become a big game-changer in all industries. With the limited time available and fast-paced effect experienced at present; the need to be responsible for what could make people’s life become better and to extend the quality of life enjoyed at present has become a necessity.
Change has come and awareness of the situation has been passed along. Initiatives to reduce carbon footprints are taken seriously by businesses. Big and small businesses have started to work together towards a cleaner Earth.
Fairtransport took a huge leap in high hopes that it would bring a bigger change in moving to a greener and more sustainable goods transport system. In this modern-day world where everything is run by gas and high power of electricity, the company started a revolution of using an engineless sailing cargo ship to transport goods which are organic or traditionally crafted — such as Olive Oil, Rum, Cider, and Wine.
Yes, a cargo ship that is powered by the wind has been transporting goods between the Caribbean and Europe for the past years. A trip can transport up to 35 tonnes of goods. A highly sustainable way of goods transport that emits zero pollution has been helping not only businesses, future generations but also preserving the beauty and life of Mother Nature.
Nordlys which means “Northern Lights” had made it become a beacon light to those who want to follow her lead. If it requires to turn back the old means of doing things to sustain and save what’s left, Nordlys is exultant they made the gesture when everyone else is not yet ready to leap.