Session: Key measures for CO2 reduction in logistics
As a result of the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015 the EU has been imposed with the task of getting the right legislation in place to ensure the climate goals are going to be met. By making organizations liable for their carbon footprint and social impact the EU is trying to make the economy environmentally sustainable and socially responsible.
Already in 2025 over 50,000 companies in Europe must start reporting on their carbon emissions, including ‘Scope 3’ outsourced ‘transport of goods’.
Attending Transport Logistic Munich May 9th? You’re invited!
Are you a shipper, carrier or logistics service provider and do you want to know how to prepare your logistics operation for the upcoming European regulations on CO2 measurement and reporting?
At Transport Logistic Munich, Lean & Green International and BigMile are organizing an informative session about the upcoming Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD).
In a one hour session you will learn what the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is about, and the speakers will provide you with tips & tools to get started on measuring and reporting on your transport-related carbon footprint.
Sign up for one of the sessions in English or the German spoken session.
2pm – 3pm CEST
English session 1
3.15pm – 4.15pm CEST
4.30pm – 5.30pm CEST
English session 2
Jan Pronk is Managing Director at BigMile. He has been at home in the world of supply chain & logistics software for over 20 years. After many management roles and working as an interim project lead at some large retail organizations, since July 2020, Jan joined BigMile from the start as managing director.
Dirk van der Lee
As the program manager Lean & Green Europe, Dirk van der Lee is passionate about sustainability and the challenges associated with it, such as mobility and energy transition. As such, he is always looking for the solution, and preferably one that suits all parties.
Driven by the belief that all human beings are the same at their core, Jenny Schlatter is committed to contribute making the world a more equal place, where everyone has equal opportunities of survival and thrival.
About the organizers
The Netherlands is one of the forerunners in sustainability. The Dutch government has endeavored to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55 percent below 1990 levels by 2030, and are working towards carbon neutrality by 2050, along with the rest of the EU.
This session is enabled by Holland International Distribution Council in cooperation with Topsector Logistics. Holland International Distribution Council is a private non-profit organization providing free matchmaking services for logistics partnerships in Europe.
In the Top Sector Logistics programme, companies, research institutes and government work together on innovations for competitive and emission-free logistics. This takes place through research (by TKI Dinalog), the development of knowledge and tools and scaling-up.
Lean & Green International has a proven track record of enabling collaboration in logistics and guiding our partners towards a less wasteful and a more sustainable future.
BigMile is a global software platform that provides logistics service providers and shippers insights on their transport-related carbon emissions. The outcome can be allocated per customer, per logistics service provider, per shipment or per region and used to report to all stakeholders, including the accountant.