Sustainability is now a priority for the FMCG industry. It’s not enough to merely meet market needs; it’s essential to do it while reducing carbon emissions. Considering that the transport sector represents about 16% of global GHG emissions per year, the logistics industry has a responsibility to drive decarbonisation efforts.
But, changing consumer demands, changing government regulations and wastage caused by supply chains stand in the way of achieving net-zero carbon emissions. What is the solution?
In our e-book, we explore 9 ways to make your FMCG logistics more sustainable.
In section 1 of the e-book, we explain why it’s necessary for FMCG companies to decarbonise their logistics urgently. After all, the climate crisis can’t be ignored any longer. So, step one towards achieving net-zero carbon emissions is understanding the relevance of environmental damage, customer and employee demands and government regulations.
We then move on to exploring 9 strategies that can help you make your FMCG supply chains more sustainable— all the way from emissions reporting and digitalisation to alternative fuels and supply chain optimisation.
Finally, the e-book will explore what the road ahead looks like for FMCG companies in their decarbonisation journey.
You don’t have to make this journey alone. With the right FMCG supply chain partner that is as committed to your sustainability goals as you are, you can rest assured that you can make progress in achieving net-zero carbon emissions.
The science is clear: We must make an impact in this decade, and we are now accelerating our climate ambitions by ten years and committing to be net zero across our business and value chain by 2040 with 100% green solutions for our customers.
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