Carmakers are working hard to meet strict emissions targets for the vehicles they manufacture but there are also strict targets governing the emissions generated across the entire supply chain, including in the transport of parts and vehicles.
Traditionally, the fuel and systems that maritime, rail and commercial vehicle operators use have depended on high-polluting diesel and heavy fuels, which are now subject to both legislative restriction and rising prices. In response, transport providers across the modes are increasingly embracing new alternative fuels such as LNG, biofuels and synthetic natural gas, as well as cleaner engine and propulstion technolgies.
In this session, experts in energy and electric vehicle technology discuss the transformation of the logistics industry and what the automotive industry can do to reduce emissions and risk.
Gunnar Stiesch, Senior Vice President, Head of Engineering Engines, MAN Energy Solutions
Marko Weisshaar, Supply Chain Expert
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Richard Logan, Senior Content Producer, Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media
This session was held on Wednesday May 4, 2022 during the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Europe conference
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