Registration is free for the largest gathering of decision makers from the manufacturing & supply chain sector responsible for investing in new technology and methods to reduce their carbon footprint and improve sustainability.
Delegates will attend from these sectors:
Food, Pharmaceutical, Medical, Chemical, Electronics, Precision Engineering, Rubber & Plastics, Aviation, 3D Printing, Additive Manufacturing, Advanced Materials, Packaging, Energy, Warehousing, Materials Handling, Logistics, Water & Wastewater, Utilities, Construction
Energy Suppliers, Energy Technology, Energy Reduction, Renewable Energy, Water & Wastewater Treatment, Recycling & Waste Management, Waste to Energy, Sustainable Packaging, Certifications & Standards, CHP, Emission Monitoring, Green Buildings, Route Planning.
The Manufacturing & Supply chain sector has committed ,through Government policy, to reduce its carbon footprint by 50% by 2030. Manufacturing, production & supply chain sectors are the engine of economic growth and social impact, accounting for 16% of global GDP. These sectors are also responsible for producing 20% of global CO2 emissions and consuming 54% of the world’s energy. The transition to a net-zero industry presents a huge untapped opportunity for leaders in manufacturing to increase innovation for growth, competitiveness and resilience. As the urgency to alter the business-as-usual approach becomes a priority, industry leaders also recognize the pressing need to collectively drive concrete actions and build multi-stakeholder collaborations to speed the transition towards a carbon-neutral future of manufacturing over the next decade.
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