Sustainability is one of the most important challenges facing the world today, and also one of the most complex. Lessening the environmental impact of supply chain operations is one part of a solution that can drive us towards a greener and more sustainable future.
But how are shippers and LSPs measuring the environmental impact of their supply chain operations? What tools and solutions are in place? And, what progress needs to be made to ensure a more sustainable future?
Throughout February 2022, some 234 respondents from across Europe took part in this survey. The results show that 72% of companies in the sample have a sustainability strategy in place, with a little more than half of the respondents already more than two years into their sustainability journey.
Amongst the key findings:
Elsewhere, the results show that supply chains across Europe are becoming greener, more tech-enabled and more proactive in the pursuit of opportunities to enhance sustainability. Respondents are targeting carbon and emissions reduction goals, but not ignoring the daily operational improvements that underpin progress.
To learn more about these key findings and other insights generated from the survey, download Ti and Sixfold by Transporeon’s white paper, Real-Time Visibility & Sustainability in Europe’s Logistics Sector, now.
Source: Transport Intelligence, 22nd March 2022
Author: Transport Intelligence