Reducing the logistics carbon footprint through supply chain collaboration
Numerous studies show that companies operate faster, better, cheaper, more sustainable and more innovative when they work together. Hick-ups and bottlenecks in the supply chain disappear, error rates decrease and customer satisfaction increases.
The problem is, many companies find collaboration complex. Not enough data is shared and, as a result, there is insufficient transparency in the supply chain.
Yet companies can't avoid working together because of a major social problem: global warming. Climate change is a global (supply chain) problem that requires global solutions.
In this webinar, Yellowstar and BigMile take a closer look at sustainability as a driver for supply chain collaboration, and how to establish it.
About the organizers
Yellowstar and BigMile are two collaborating software providers that create CO2 transparency and enable optimization of your transport decisions considering cost and your carbon footprint.
At Yellowstar, supply chain collaboration is central to all software solutions. Yellowstar offers BigMile as an add-on to two existing solutions, to give customers insight into their transport emissions and enable them to provide their customers with this information.