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Freight Matters Webinar:The “Green Supply Chain”: A critical assessment of a multimodal, multinational freight supply chain of a Fortune 50 retailer

The “Green Supply Chain”:  A critical assessment of a multimodal, multinational freight supply chain of a Fortune 50 retailer

This webinar helped companies understand the range of strategies that can be deployed to enhance freight efficiency. The presentation illustrated what a “green supply chain” looks like in the real world as compared with a traditional supply chain. Expert panelist, Cristiano Façanha, PhD, of the International Council on Clean Transportation shared preliminary findings from the study, including insights about how even a “green supply chain” of today can continue to enhance efficiency with even more advanced strategies which are available now or on the horizon.

Guest Speaker:
Cristiano Façanha, PhD
International Council on Clean Transportation

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This Webinar is for: Those individuals, companies, carriers, logistics providers, academic and industry experts interested in advancing freight supply chain sustainability.

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