Conference Day Two - Wednesday 9 September 2020
Wednesday, March 18th, 2020
· How are increasingly sophisticated EDIs between customers and suppliers increasing transparency across the E2E supply chain in regards to life cycle analysis and co2 footprint?
· How are real-time connections to inventory and increasing traceability from source to final product enabling producers to take a more sustainable and focused response to customer CSR and green compliance expectations?
· How can increasing the levels of data exchanged between producers, customers and suppliers increase the use of intermodal transports as well as opportunities for pooling and shared mobility in the near future?
· What measures can be taken to ensure on-going sustainable transportation KPIs are achieved?
· How are chemical supply chain and logistics leaders going about measuring their green results and activities?
· How are increased regulations to reduce supply chain waste such as eCMR impacting chemical organisations?
· What is the commercial value and reality of implementing this across global distribution networks?
· What is the best approach to ensuring you have the right logistics partners on board and how do you best measure green compliance across broad, fragmented regional and global networks
· How, in the face of existing capacity constraints and limits on alternative transport options being dealt with by chemical leaders?
· How can logistics leaders influence and work closer with EU leaders to get tangible change and results in the area of reducing co2 and alternative, intermodal freight transport options?