Revolve transforms supply chain operations by enabling actionable, data-driven decision making.

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Route Overview
Aspley Holdings Ltd.
1,359t CO₂
Revolve empowers businesses to transform their supply chains into powerful tools for environmental responsibility.
Smart Supplier Auditing
Revolve extends your commitment to sustainability beyond your immediate operations.  Comprehensive supplier auditing ensures that your entire supply chain upholds the highest standards of environmental responsibility.
Smart Route Optimization
Advanced algorithms pave the way for sustainable and cost-effective routing. More than just logistics, it's a commitment to responsible and efficient operations, reducing emissions and operational costs alike.
Real-Time Emission Tracking
Stay informed and agile with Revolve's real-time emission tracking, empowering your business to monitor the environmental impact of your supply chain as it happens.
Chain Management
Gain a comprehensive understanding of your entire supply chain in one seamless view. Simplify complex supply chain dynamics and receive an efficiency score, reflecting the effectiveness of your entire operation.
Industries Thrive on Revolve
At Revolve, we're committed to redefining supply chain management with sustainability at its core. Our team is dedicated to developing solutions that not only advance business efficiency but also foster environmental responsibility. We invite you to be a part of this transformative journey.
Meet Customers
What crops are you using?
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We aim to launch varieties of five major feed crops, each one of which works best for a major livestock production system. We are currently working on corn grain, for use in large US-style dairies; ryegrass, for New Zealand-style grazing pastures;  and sorghum, for forage/silage in warm regions like Brazil and India.
OK, but how does it actually work?
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Different versions of our technology work in slightly different ways, because they use different mechanisms of reducing methane. In some cases we cause our plants to produce a compound that interferes with the microbes that generate methane in the animal gut; in other cases the plants make an enzyme that redirects carbon metabolism from methane into something more useful. Here's one example: we gave feed plants the genetic instructions to make a well-known methane reducing compound that's normally found in a rare seaweed. When we gave animals feed including about 5% engineered plants, we found that their methane emissions decreased by over 90% within just a few days.