The GLEC Partnership

The GLEC mission

The Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC) was established in 2014. GLEC has grown into a voluntary partnership of more than 90 companies, industry associations, programs, experts and other organizations.

The mission of GLEC as an industry-led partnership is to drive emission reduction and enhance efficiency across global logistics supply chains. We do this through global, harmonized guidelines for reporting and reducing logistics emissions that work for business.

Our work together with GLEC partners involves the development of guidelines, testing with companies, and advocacy for industry-wide uptake and aligned policy.


Our Members support the GLEC mission through participation in GLEC projects. We work in partnership to influence the future direction and standards for logistics emissions reporting and reduction.



The GLEC Partnership is supported by a network of accredited calculation tools, programs and strategic partners that share our vision of a zero-emissions freight and logistics. Our Affiliates support the GLEC mission and work with Smart Freight Centre on guidelines, development and projects.



Our Friends support the GLEC mission, stay informed on GLEC and related developments, participate in GLEC webinars and events and are willing to share experiences and help raise awareness.

A selection of our 48 GLEC Friends are listed below.


AdvantikaBDP InternationalBNSFDelmar International DSV-PanalpinaEwals Cargo CareExpolanka / EFL Gebrüder Weiss GmbHH&MHapag-LloydKotahi LogisticsMainFreightMarsMondelēz InternationalNestléOcha Ocha GmbHOIA GlobalRCS LogisticsRola-TransSamsung SDSSilo Jelicic dooSyngenta UPS (United Parcel Services)


CEFIC (European Chemical Industry Council)ECTA (European Chemical Transport Association)IATA (International Air Transport Association)

Other organizations

Appanion Labs Energy Saving TrustERGThe FReMCo Group Last mile team
Scope3Tracks GMBHTransficientUS Gain


Our GLEC Experts provide knowledge and expertise to our projects and guidelines.

• David Cebon, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Cambridge
• Marc Cottignies, Ingénieur expert, ADEME
• Kerstin Dobers, Fraunhofer IML
• Chris Douglas, Technical Director, Freight Transport, WSP UK Ltd
• Cristiano Façanha, Global Director, CALSTART
• Mark Gjerek, Director, Mov3ment
• Paul Nordengen, Director, Road Transport Management Systems
• Buddy Polovick, Environmental Protection Specialist, USEPA
• Brian Robinson, Programme Manager (Freight), Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
• Michael Roeth, Executive Director, NACFE
• Andy Salter, Managing Director, DVV Media International
• Martín Tanco, Director, CINOI Universidad de Montevideo
• Jorge Tesler, Director, Centro de Logistica Sustentable
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Join the GLEC Partnership!

GLEC was set up to establish and implement a global, transparent framework for calculating, reporting and reducing logistics emissions.