Smart freight procurement guidelines

Smart Freight Centre issued a report with smart freight procurement guidelines on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollutants from freight transport and logistics procurement practices.

The report is addressed to professionals engaged in logistics procurement, supply chain, logistics management, and logistics emissions management. The SFP guidelines outline several actions that companies can take in four procurement phases: planning, tendering, contracting, and contract-based supplier management.

For the full report, please see here.