Through publishing the UN Global Compact Communication of Progress, Convoy reaffirms its commitment to achieving a more sustainable future for all.
Three key themes overheard at Reuters Supply Chain Execution 2022 that your transportation team should be thinking about.
Based on insights from 200 companies, ‘The State of Sustainability in Transportation’ report outlines the priorities, management and outlook of sustainability in the supply chain.
Convoy, FreightWaves, and CHEP discuss ways to navigate today’s volatile freight market and drive sustainable outcomes at The Future of Supply Chain.
While sustainability has always been at the core of Convoy’s mission, perhaps no other point in time better captures the enthusiasm that Convoy employees have for protecting and preserving our environment than Earth Week.
Convoy CEO Dan Lewis on his vision for the future of the trucking industry and the implications it has on global supply chains, millions of truck drivers and our planet.
Convoy’s Dan Lewis and Generation Investment Management’s Joy Tuffield discuss the importance of partnership in making supply chains more sustainable.
Over the next decade, the $1 trillion that companies spend each year to truck freight around the country will shift from traditional, offline approaches to digital-first strategies.
New survey data highlights sustainability in trucking trends, including carrier views on climate change and electric trucks vary by age group.
Convoy is proud to be recognized by the SEAL awards for our work in reducing carbon emissions by more efficiently matching shipments with trucks.
Convoy is proud to announce that we have been awarded a silver medal for corporate social responsibility and sustainability from EcoVadis.
CHEP discusses their approach to supply chain challenges and partnering with Convoy to eradicate empty miles and create a zero waste world.
In Convoy’s recent Sustainable Customer Spotlight, General Insulation discusses the Carbon Offset Program partnership.
Convoy’s #NoEmptyMiles campaign encourages shippers and carriers to join the movement to reduce empty miles, thereby reducing CO2 emissions.
As a part of COP26, P&G, Ardagh Group, Imperfect Foods, and Convoy discussed the financial and environmental gains of eliminating empty miles.
Convoy’s latest research reveals that the most immediate opportunity to reduce CO2 emissions in trucking is to focus on empty miles over EV.
Kyra Whitten, Vice President, Sustainability and President, Flex Foundation at Flex, shares how Flex approaches sustainability.
Convoy has renewed the partnership with the U.S. EPA SmartWay Transport program to help businesses improve the environmental efficiency of their supply chain.
Convoy recently surveyed 593 small and mid-sized trucking companies across the United States to identify sustainability trends in trucking.
Obvious Wines’ Brice Baillie explains the impact that sustainably farming wine has on the lives of farmers and the consumers drinking it.