As major automotive manufacturers pursue aggressive targets to reduce emissions, many are increasingly including sustainability factors into purchasing and performance measurements, with significant implications for operations today and in the future. Leaders from Scania and ZF share their objectives, challenges and reccomendations for making real progress on greener supply chain and logistics. And packaging expert Rodney Salmon shares how manufacturers can make significant reductions in emissions through light-weighting returnable packaging fleets.
Tobias Rydin, Director Supply Networks at Scania
Peter Bedow, Commodity Manager Freight Europe at ZF Group
Rodney Salmon, Vice President Automotive EMEA at IPL Macro
Moderated by Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief at Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media
This session was held on April 21 during the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Europe Live virtual conference. Click here to view all event sessions on demand.
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