Collaborate

Collaborate and advocate

You cannot get to zero emission freight on your own. Freight and logistics is so complex that only a concerted effort between companies, governments, research institutes and civil society is going to work. The ALICE Roadmap towards Zero Emissions Logistics 2050, co-developed with the EU Learn Project, managed by Smart Freight Centre, explains the roles of different stakeholders and where collaboration is needed.

Sector-wide action

Companies can collaborate and advocate for sector-wide action and supportive policies and programs.

There are 3 ways you can go about this:
  • Work directly with your logistics suppliers, and where applicable in combination with technology, fuel, vehicle and other service providers
  • Collaborate with peers in one-to-one projects or through industry associations and programs / initiatives
  • Advocacy for system change by interacting directly with government & other stakeholders or through industry associations and programs / initiatives
Smart Freight Centre supports multinationals to collaborate and advocate together with their peers and partners to shape a future of sustainable freight and logistics.

Smart Freight Procurement

Our guidelines and questionnaire help make your procurement processes more meaningful and improve collaboration your suppliers on emissions reporting and reductions

GLEC Partnership and Projects

The GLEC Partnership brings together companies and other stakeholders to collaborate on concrete project. In China, we set up a dedicated Smart Freight Shippers Alliance

World of Sustainable Freight Map

More than 100 programs, initiatives and organizations exist to help companies to report and reduce emissions and collaborate with logistics partners and other stakeholders