As a cargo owner (shipper) or logistic service provider you will be able to:
As a carrier or logistic service provider you will be able to:
To be able to fulfil different carbon reporting requirements, companies gather data with different origins and levels of granularity. The quality of the data depends on many different factors, but it is important to keep in mind that the quality of data has an influence on business value.
The logistics sector will need to change in terms of implementing efficiency measures if it wants to meet the climate targets set for it. The detailed figure can help in identifying the current approach of your organisation and how it can change to optimise its performance. Use of a collaborative approach between carriers and cargo owners will make a big difference to how easily this can be achieved in practice. The GLEC Framework v1.0 is aimed at encouraging the sector to shift its approach to carbon footprinting towards collaboration by simultaneously supporting the needs of both carriers and cargo owners.
More detailed information about the different types of data and how they can be used to create business value can be found in the GLEC Framework implementation section.
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