It’s the most carbon-efficient and common mode of transport but using ocean freight is not nearly enough. Your organization can do far more to reduce its carbon emissions.
Our new bulletin, Zero-Carbon Shipping: 4 Steps to a Greener Supply Chain, discusses procurement and supply chain strategies that will help companies reduce their carbon footprint from sea freight and build stronger, collaborative partnerships with logistics providers. It also looks at how the shipping industry can chart a path to net zero.
- Making net-zero emission processes viable
- Carbon benchmarking a key metric
- Collaborating with 3PL providers
This paper is a must-read for supply chain and procurement leaders who want to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions from shipping and drive greater sustainability.