Stay competitive and resilient in the net-zero transition
The climate emergency is set to fundamentally transform the transport industry and global commodities market. Spanning both sectors, logistics companies are highly exposed to risks and opportunities — such as carbon regulation, legal risks, increased costs, and growing demand for low-carbon transportation.
CarbonChain prepares you to withstand the coming climate shock.
Our carbon accounting platform measures your entire carbon footprint across your freight operations and your end-to-end supply chain — including unrivalled insight into the embedded emissions of transported extractive and agricultural commodities.
Time-sensitive, asset-level insights
Quantify your entire carbon footprint. Get comprehensive, asset-level emissions breakdowns in near real-time for your consignments, supply chains, and trades. Pinpoint carbon risks, screen assets (from vessels to mines), and uncover opportunities for targeted, tangible emissions reductions.
Give customers and investors accurate, auditable, and certifiable emissions reports that they can trust. Demonstrate transparency and awareness of your full climate impacts and risks, and set quantified targets while reporting progress. Gain competitive advantage with verifiably low-carbon fleets.
Plan for future resilience
Track your emissions over time with our AI-powered, automated platform. Foresee risks, prepare for legislation, and measure the impact of carbon pricing, green sourcing strategies, and offsets. CarbonChain reduces the burden of data collection, analysis, and reporting, so you can fulfill requirements and seize opportunities.
Why take action?
Prepare for a rapidly changing market
The logistics sector — particularly shipping and inland freight — is a critical part of the climate challenge, with a key role in the world’s most polluting sectors: transport and the global commodities market.
Logistics companies rely on the agricultural and extractive commodity industries for custom (transportation and trade) and supply (including fuel and materials for building vessels). As such, they're exposed to the commodity sector’s high risks of disruption in the transition to net-zero, as well as to the transport sector’s direct risks.
As commodity companies, traders, and financiers seek to tackle climate risks and decarbonize their supply chains, logistics companies need to offer greener services.
For the sake of a climate-safe future, and to competitively operate in an increasingly regulated market, logistics firms must tackle their carbon footprint and supply chain risks.
Logistics companies need to prepare for the shocks of a rapidly changing market. But by raising your ambition even higher, the transition to net-zero can go further, faster — with business benefits for first movers:
Aim for climate leadership. Work with customers and suppliers to reduce your supply chain footprint, and help define industry target-setting. Join the freight companies committing to net-zero and reaping the benefits of voluntary disclosure. With accurate data, use offsets credibly under increased scrutiny.
Access green finance by managing and reporting your carbon risk. Gain competitive advantage by responding to the demand for low-carbon transportation. Decarbonize fleets to increase efficiency, boost productivity and save fuel costs through energy-efficient technologies and zero-emissions vehicles.
By incorporating CarbonChain’s emissions calculations on over 135,000 vessels into the solution, companies can now calculate their environmental impact and that of the vessels in their supply chain too, making compliance with environmental regulations and driving down emissions much simpler.
Simon Ring Global Head of Financial Markets Compliance, Pole Star
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