Sustainability targets are getting tighter and more aggressive, and in response, European automotive manufacturers will be making significant adjustments to logistics to reduce carbon emissions. Sustainability experts share insights on how to achieve these targets, including low-hanging fruit in improving pack density and returnable containers, the need for more holistic lifecycle emission analysis and the important role that renewable fuels will play, provided the right infrastructure is in place. But all of these strategies will require the industry to collaborate more closely than ever before. 


Jana Wignell, Vice-President Quality and Environment at Volvo Trucks
Sanjiv Takyar, Head of Innovation, Solutioning and Strategic Marketing at CHEP
Franz Goller, Head of the Automotive Industry Team at DFDS

Moderated by Rich Logan, Senior Content Producer at Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media

This session was held on April 20 during the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Europe Live virtual conference. Click here to view all event sessions on demand.

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