Delivering Green: Full Agenda Out Now

Logistics and Supply Chain News

Just a few days left before we welcome Delivering Green Online Event for a second year. This year we have prepared a group of great speakers and experts in the field of sustainability. If you have not registered yet, you can do this now for free.

And here is what our speakers will talk about. You can ask them a question they will answer during the live event by filling in this form. Hope to see you there!

10 am Creating a resilient & sustainable supply chain with IoT

The logistics industry is facing a visibility challenge but technology is here to provide help. Internet of Things can help to build resilience and achieve supply chain sustainability. Erik Lund from Sony Visilion will explain how IoT can help organisations, where it will be most useful and how to implement it so as to achieve the best results.

10:30 am Reverse Logistics: Because Dumping Into A Landfill is Not An Option

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers have become increasingly willing to buy more and more items online, including things like clothing, household goods and appliances. As a result, online retailers are handling more product returns than ever. Reverse logistics has become a struggle for eCommerce businesses. And the financial impact is enormous. In 2020 alone, approximately $102 billion worth of online products were returned. That figure is only expected to continue to rise in the coming years.

11 am Next level depot charging – Solving the power scarcity problem in fleet depots.

A big pain in fleet companies when they turn electric is the humongous amount of power they realise they need to charge all their vans overnight. This usually means demanding more power and retrofitting the electrical installation (even upgrading the transformer substation, which can cost hundreds of thousands of pounds), as current wires don’t support the needed power. Well with Sirius Multilevel Dynamic Power Sharing you can avoid this by having a system that decides which van to charge and when, having a smart queue and balancing the loads, including phase balancing.

11: 20 am Advanced ocean data as fuel for NetZero

Presenting GateHouse Ocean data insights as a means to help seabourne logistics become sustainable and efficient. Our services provide transparency during the journey to help resilient operations and proactive management for higher levels of end-customer satisfaction.

11:40 am Beyond mapping – why traceability is essential for the future

Legislative requirements are continuing to grow and there is mounting pressure from consumers who expect products that are safe, sustainable and responsibly sourced. Fashion retailers are trying to find the best way to navigate and respond to these ever growing challenges and obligations. Peter Needle, Founder and President of Segura will explain how a supply chain traceability technology is essential to addressing these issues and to making companies more ethical and sustainable.

11:55 am Discussion Panel: Moving away from slogans into true sustainability

Participants: Pol Sweeney (Descartes); Elenor Smith (Slave-Free Alliance); Erik Lund (Sony); Peter Nededle (Segura); Antony Francis (Endava); Jonathan Wood (C2 Cyber);

Sponsors

Sony Network Communications Europe

Based on IoT and 5G-enabled technology, Visilion allows manufacturers of critical and high-value assets, as well as logistics service providers, to gain control over the supply chain.

Endava

We have helped some of the world’s leading companies accelerate their ability to take advantage of new business models and market opportunities.

Wallbox

We have helped some of the world’s leading companies accelerate their ability to take advantage of new business models and market opportunities.

GateHouse Maritime

GateHouse is independently owned and consists of two subsidiaries – GateHouse SatCom providing satellite communications, consulting and services, and GateHouse Maritime providing Ocean Visibility and real time tracking solutions for maritime authorities, coastguards, ports and related businesses.

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