As we celebrate World Environment Day 2023, businesses around the world are rallying behind this year's theme, #BeatPlasticPollution, in order to tackle the increasing problem of plastic waste. Among these is Baoli Australia, which is steadily working towards a greener future, from using eco-friendly materials to our commitment to reduce, reuse, and recycle in our operations.

Steering the Material Handling Industry towards Sustainability

Baoli Australia’s commitment to sustainability stems from our values shared with our parent company, the KION Group. Its sustainability strategy includes going green across many of our operations while driving the company towards net-zero emissions in the long term.

Tackling Plastic Pollution Head-On

In sync with World Environment Day's theme, Baoli Australia is taking significant strides to combat plastic pollution. We understand the harmful effects of plastic waste on our environment, and that's why we’re fully committed to incorporating sustainable practices into every aspect of our operations. This commitment extends the entire lifecycle of our product, from manufacturing processes all the way to waste management practices.

Embracing Green Technologies

Beyond combating plastic pollution, Baoli Australia has also embraced green technologies in our product line, developing energy-efficient electric forklifts and equipment that not only significantly reduce carbon emissions but also offer operational advantages such as lower fuel costs and maintenance requirements.





Honouring World Environment Day 2023: #BeatPlasticPollution

This World Environment Day, in line with the #BeatPlasticPollution theme, Baoli Australia is encouraging its stakeholders - employees, customers, and suppliers - to join the fight against plastic pollution.

  • Reduce plastic usage: Assess your production processes and identify areas where plastic usage can be minimised or even completely eliminated. This can involve finding alternative materials or redesigning products to use less plastic.
  • Implement recycling programs: Establish recycling programs within your facilities to ensure proper management of plastic waste generated during the manufacturing process. This may include segregating and recycling plastic waste or collaborating with external recycling organisations.
  • Collaborate with your suppliers: Work with your suppliers to encourage sustainable practices throughout the supply chain. This includes sourcing materials from environmentally responsible suppliers and promoting the use of eco-friendly packaging by suppliers.
  • Educate your employees: Raise awareness among your employees about the importance of reducing plastic pollution and provide training on sustainable manufacturing practices. Engaging employees in these efforts can foster a culture of environmental responsibility within the organisation.

These are just a few ways in which you can help #BeatPlasticPollution.

As we celebrate World Environment Day 2023, it's important to recognise the businesses that are making a difference. They remind us that everyone has a part to play in combating plastic pollution and that our collective actions can lead to significant environmental change.