A growing emphasis on sustainability for Bollore

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Recently, Bolloré Logistics Australia attended the French-Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FACCI) 2023 Sustainability Forum, sponsored by Schneider Electric.

77 companies were represented in attendance, with the primary focus of exploring how sustainability initiatives can drive business success and lead change towards a more sustainable and environmentally responsible business landscape.

company’s team and our customers to take tangible steps toward sustainability. This collaborative workshop dives into the fundamental science of climate change, equipping participants with the knowledge and tools to initiate meaningful change.

Bolloré Logistics was represented by Adele Planchat, our recently appointed Sustainability Officer for the Pacific region. Her appointment is an exciting milestone for the Pacific region’s commitment to sustainability, as the company continues to strive towards supporting organizations in reducing their carbon footprint, particularly in Scope 3 emissions which primarily stem from transport services.

‚ÄúWith Adele‚Äôs passion for environmental conservation and her experience in driving sustainable business development, I am confident that she will contribute to the carbon reduction efforts of both Bollor√© Logistics and our customers,‚ÄĚ said Katharina Baudouin-Goerlitz, Head of Sustainability of Bollor√© Logistics Asia Pacific. Adele joins a team of passionate experts within the organization to further speed up decarbonization efforts and cater to the growing need for sustainable supply chain solutions of our customers.

Through Bollor√© Logistics‚Äô global corporate social responsibility program ‚ÄėPowering Sustainable Logistics‚Äô, the company has committed to reducing Scope 3 emissions by 22% by 2030 (base year 2022).

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2 November 2023 |

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