Unlocking True Sustainability in The Supply Chain

Logistics and Supply Chain News

Sustainability is the new black for supply chain professionals. Companies are taking unprecedented measures to improve their operations and create plans that will provide efficiency gains and help them reach their environmental pledges. But what does it mean to be really sustainable and how can organisations escape from the slogans and achieve true sustainabilily?

On the 24th May at 10 am (BST) we will be answering this question with the help of prominent experts in the field of logistics and supply chain sustainability at our Delivering Green: Creating Sustainable Supply Chains online event! Together we will explore the many faces of sustainability from green pledges to better organised operations, the importance of ethically sourcing materials and energy, and the need to work together to protect the planet.

You can join us now by registering for this free online event here!

Learn more from Sony Network Communications Europe, Ekko Group, Endava, Segura Systems, Wallbox, Descartes, Slave Free Alliance and more…

Learn more about how to manage energy from Wallbox and their Country Director UK and Ireland Alan McCleave. Wallbox is a global technology company, dedicated to changing the way the world uses energy. Wallbox creates advanced electric vehicle charging and energy management systems that redefine users’ relationship to the grid.

Slave Free Alliance will join a panel discussion on how to move away from slogans and achieve real sustainability. Elenor Smith from the Alliance will share how logistics organisations can improve conditions and spot illegal practices.

Descartes and their EMEA Vice President of Fleet Sales Pόl Sweeney will share their thoughts on technology and its role for achieving sustainability.

Don’t miss this free online event and get your seat now!

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