Growing social expectations and regulations push logistics companies to reduce their environmental impact and meet the climate goals. At the same time, the sector faces employment issues related to labour laws, inclusion, diversity, and health and safety.
When we look at transport and logistics systemically, the sector’s impact improves through the optimisation of the first and last miles and the emergence of new models such as reverse logistics systems.
The logistics sector is the backbone of global trade. That is why its customers are increasingly asking it to be a partner in sustainability engagements. Through transversal collaboration and innovation, logistics and transport can therefore significantly contribute to a low-carbon and inclusive economy.