ECTA will host its fourth ECTA Zero Emission Knowledge Platform Webinar on 28 November, entitled Navigating through the challenges of switching to intermodal freight
ECTA said that companies that will benefit most are actively trying to switch to intermodal transport, but it will also be useful for people working in SHEQ and sustainability of logistics.
“We think the exchange of knowledge to improve our total industry should always be for free,” said ECTA.
“With the same strategy we host our ECTA Zero Emission Knowledge Platform, which provides documents, references and relevant information regarding the goal of a Zero Emissions Transport Industry.
“The aim is to provide and exchange knowledge relevant for Logistic Companies to work towards the emissions targets of 2030 and 2050”.