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Check out the highlights from our recent Logistics Sustainability Month and hop on board – there’s only one road to the future, and it’s green.
Decarbonization for European Road Carriers
A greener future awaits — and carriers are the key. Experts from Kühne Logistics University, Smart Freight Center and Girteka Logistics joined us for a special webinar in which we explored the challenges and opportunities for carriers as they innovate and evolve to meet the sustainability challenge head on.
The beauty is that all these things are additive. If you combine all of these, you chip away a few percent savings in fuel and CO2 and in the end, you can achieve a large reduction overall in carbon emissions… and empty running!
— Alan McKinnon, Professor of Logistics, Kühne Logistics University
INDUSTRY LEADER TALKS
Reducing CO2 Emissions
Heavy-duty vehicles are responsible for nearly 20% of greenhouse gas emissions from transport in the EU. That’s why it’s so important to make — and maintain — sustainability as a focus for every logistics organization.
Industry leaders recently came together to share best practice and recommendations to decarbonize logistics and move the industry toward a greener future.
We do need to optimize and use the solutions that we have today. But that doesn’t mean we are not fully invested in the net zero solutions. And I think we need to continue to have that demand signal paired with good policies to make sure we get there faster.
— Angie Farrag-Thibault, Project Lead Clean Trucking, World Economic Forum
Transporeon and ORTEC joined forces to create a solution on route and load optimization combined with carrier connectivity. Watch the roundtable discussion for:
If we bring the industry on to platforms and make our loadings more transparent, then there will automatically emerge opportunities to load on a half-full truck or to reduce some mileages.
— Wolfgang Lehmacher, Supply Chain and Technology Strategist
Our podcast on the true stories behind logistics challenges continues with a special focus on sustainability.
Catch our most recent conversations on how each of us as individuals and logistics professionals can reroute towards a greener future, plus the power of technology and collective action in creating impact on a massive scale.
Featured topics include:
Making Food More Sustainable with Daniel Anthes
The Road to Net Zero with Fernando Liesa and Moritz Petersen
The Unseen Plastic with LAM'ON
People & Planet with ALICE and L’Oréal
One Small Change with Park Your Truck
Find out who won this year’s prestigious Eco Performance Award, recognizing companies that show true innovation in the area of sustainable road freight transport.
Designed to foster innovative thinking in the field of sustainability development, March marked the start of the Transporeon4Future Hackathon, supporting the ALICE (Alliance for Logistics Innovation through Collaboration in Europe) roadmap for decarbonization. Teams of students, Transporeon employees and customers are already busy developing sustainable solutions in supply chain technology in response to major industry challenges.