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Facing change digitally

Logistics and supply chain are facing the challenge of becoming ever greener. CO2 emissions need to be mastered, and the IMO 2020 must be complied with. In detailed background reports and exclusive interviews, you will learn more about current climate protection initiatives and solution strategies to meet the change digitally.


Overview of the IMO 2020 and its impact on the industry

Practical tips on how to meet the CO2 emission targets

Information on climate protection initiatives and green logistics

Climate protection challenges for logistics and supply chain.


Mastering CO2 emissions in logistics.

The number of forest fires, storms, hurricanes and other natural disasters has increased in recent years. A large part of these phenomena are caused by the steady rise in global temperature.

Globalization makes it easy to send goods all over the world. The cost of shipping goods has never been lower than today. However, the choice of the means of transport has a strong influence on the amount of emissions emitted for the transport of goods. Cargo ships are a major contributor to pollution.

The entire logistics engine is responsible for more than 20 percent of global emissions since container ships switched from coal to heavy oil. Shipping alone is not to blame, but anyone who ships goods globally can contribute to reducing CO2 emissions around the world in one way or another.