Automotive’ s green revolution is well underway, with sustainability redefining products, manufacturing and supply chains. As the industry continues to accelerate toward net zero, collaboration in the supply chain will play a crucial role in achieving success.

In this session, sustainability leaders from General Motors, Toyota and Honda discuss how they are working together on common standards, actions and performance to better measure and reduce emissions in the North American supply chain and beyond, including through The Suppliers Partnership for the Environment. A leading expert from Kuehne + Nagel also explains the role of logistics providers and global shipping efforts to reduce environmental damage.

Alissa Yakali, Sustainability Manager, Honda Development & Manufacturing of America
Fred Gersdorff, Socially Responsible and Sustainable Supply Chains Manager, General Motors  
Kevin Butt, Senior Director, Environmental Sustainability, Toyota Motor North America
Marcel Fujike, Senior Vice President Products & Services Global Air Logistics, Kuehne + Nagel

Neemish Ladwa, head of product and marketing, Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media

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This session was held on Wednesday October 6 during the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Global Live 2021 conference

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