Watch: Livestream Hour Episode 11 – Rebuilding greener supply chains

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In this episode of the Livestream Hour, we look at the how the automotive industry is using new technology to design and execute greener, more sustainable supply chains including reduced emissions and responding to changing legislation. With insight from Kuehne + Nagel, University of Applied Science Stuttgart and CSR Europe.

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The Covid-19 crisis continues to disrupt automotive production and logistics operations, but it has not alleviated the need to develop greener, more sustainable logistics and production processes. If anything, the crisis has strengthened the need for OEMs and tier suppliers to understand their total supply chains and the impacts that they have on overall emissions and local communities. Meanwhile, with many governments introducing new requirements and regulations, companies must look carefully at compliance, as well as where they can advance and benefit from ‘green new deals’ across the world.

This show will focus on a range of sustainable supply chain solutions across transport mode, equipment and packaging, network design and technology, as well as regulatory impacts and requirements. Together with experts, we will explore how the current crisis will or will not impact companies’ journeys toward more sustainable supply chains, as well as how the automotive industry compares to other sectors.

Gain valuable insights into:

  • Practical insights into how manufacturers and logistics companies are reducing emissions
  • Increasing transparency of global supply chain emissions
  • How sourcing strategies and commercial partnerships are changing in line with greener initiatives
  • How government standards, regulations and subsidies might influence green logistics
  • The drive towards a circular economy and waste elimination
  • What the coronavirus crisis could mean for sustainable logistics and production initiatives

Guests
Michael Maas, Global Sustainability Solutions Manager Seafreight, Kuehne + Nagel
Heike Schulze, Coordinator Drive Sustainability, CSR Europe
Payam Dehdari, Professor of sustainable logistics, University of Applied Science Stuttgart

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