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Sustainable Supply Chain Exhibition Theatre

Sustainable Supply Chain Exhibition

Sustainable Supply Chain Exhibition Theatre

The Sustainable Supply Chain Exhibition Theatre will feature both case-study presentations from exhibitors focussing on the benefits delivered by their products and services along with seminars from industry thought-leaders and experts in the sustainability field.

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This conference offers a total of 8 CPD hours

    • Traceable Circular Loops: Explore how implementing circular economy principles for plastic waste can create traceable loops, allowing for the transformation of discarded materials into new products
    • Logistics/Supply Chain Innovation and Cost Reduction: Discover the innovative use of recycled plastics in logistics and supply chain solutions to increase efficiency and reduce costs
    • Sustainability Impact and Reporting: Delve into the substantial sustainability impact of circular solutions, examining how businesses can reduce emissions and waste





    • Drivers for sustainability and environmental targets in the supply chain
    • Typical challenges for supplier engagement and reporting

    • Effective methods to reduce supply chain GHG impact

    •  Agudio’s cable car case study implemented to transport apples from Val di Non to a storage site in Val di Sole
    • The benefits ropeways can offer when integrated into production processes and transportation networks   
    • How the system will save 6,000 truck journeys a year, covering a total of 12,000km, which means a considerable reduction in CO2 emissions in the valley





    • .Understand the g-forces acting on a pallet during a supply chain.
    • How do I know whether my packaging is sufficient for the task?
    • What can be done to improve pallet stability?jok
    • Measuring the CO2 emissions of a returned product
    • A circular economy approach to retail returns
    • Sustainably recovering value from returned products4845
    • The value of tactical supply chain intelligence.
    • The necessity of understanding deeper supply chains to mitigate your organization’s risk exposure.
    • How strategic supply chain intelligence provides greater lead time to address emerging climate, geopolitical, and regulatory trends.


    • What is the Rail Freight Growth Target?
    • How to deliver on the Rail Freight Growth Target
    • The role of technology in delivering the Target


    • What is CVLR and why do we need it?

    • CVLR programme progress to date

    • Challenges in delivering the UK's first live demonstration of the technology.655

    • How can the UK improve its EV charging infrastructure? 

    • What are the challenges that face both the private and public sectors in delivering this? 

    • What initiatives and policies have the potential to shape the future of EV charging? 










    • Labour’s industrial strategy and its long-term certainty through good relationships and stable policy making
    • Building trust and confidence between government and business investors
    • The challenge of the transition away from fossil fuels in transport and the role of government as a partner in the low carbon transition




    • What is causing your business to lose control of their warehouse operations
    • What does a controlled warehouse look like?
    • How can you take control of your warehouse operations?


    • What are the challenges for low powered last mile logistics and why it need support
    • How we are developing a blueprint for scaling low powered last mile logistics innovations
    • How to engage with the West Midlands on innovation in Logistics


    • Key takeaways and reflections from the Sustainable Supply Chain Exhibition's conference theatre through CiTTi Magazine's lens
    • Introducing the CiTTi Conference – a new platform for sharing best practices, discussing challenges and solutions in urban transport and logistics
    • How the CiTTi Awards recognises innovative trends and transformative projects in urban mobility and sustainability that contribute to environmental goals and operational efficiencyfht
    • How sustainability leadership starts at home. 
    • Carbon is important - but sustainability is about so much more.
    • Retailers can support supply chain action by (1) helping suppliers understand their contribution to a product’s footprint, (2) enabling knowledge sharing for the mitigation of the resulting impacts, and (3) redefining our collective notion of best practice by (responsibly) telling stories which, having been derived from leading supply chain partners, can inspire action elsewhere.




    • Adoption of biofuels to reduce emissions
    • Comparison of biofuels with other fuel sources
    • Costs associated with biofuel transition











    • The potential of modal shift – why shifting to low carbon, public transport is a necessary measur
    •  The role of zero-emission vehicles in achieving net zero
    • The importance of partnerships and the value chain



    • How sustainability within the parking sector is deliverable

    • How it can drive additional income

    • How it can deliver a company's ESG strategy




  1. Explore key insights and reflections on the diverse landscape of the logistics industry. Delve into its core principles, essential processes, technological advancements, sustainability imperatives, regulatory intricacies, and future trajectories, all viewed through the lens of the editor of Logistics Manager.

    Additionally, this session delves into the impactful potential of the Supply Chain Excellence Awards. It celebrates pioneering trends and projects showcased by the 2023 winners. Discover how these innovations not only push the boundaries of excellence but also contribute to stewardship and operational efficiency, establishing new benchmarks for the entire industry.



    • Pioneering for alternative packaging – why we chose cans.
    • Supply chain challenges when creating a category.
    • Driving growth through sustainability led decisions in supply chain – what is the cost?


    • The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust's approach to sustainability 
    • Successes of the approach
    • Lessons learnt 



    • Measuring and reporting on the uptake of EVs and their environmental impact
    • Assessing changes in road user charging for EVs
    • Analysing how different countries are responding