Transport & Logistics
Our globalized economy relies on competitive transport and logistics solutions, which are vital for world trade. With increasing societal and regulatory expectations for the sector's positive contribution to a low-carbon economy, collaboration and innovation are required to ensure sustainability.
BSR works with companies and stakeholders across the supply chain to address sustainability expectations and integrate ethical, social, and environmental practices into the global logistics value chain.
In addition to strategy and reporting work with companies in the sector, BSR facilitates and provides expertise for two key maritime industry platforms. The first is BSR's Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG), a collaboration of global shippers, carriers, and logistics providers dedicated to improving environmental performance in maritime transport management. The second is the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN), a new initiative developed by the maritime industry to tackle corruption in all forms.
Maersk Line: Developing a ‘Future-Proofed’ Sustainability Strategy
Facing pressure to reduce the company’s environmental and social impacts, Maersk Line leaders viewed this challenge as an opportunity to offer customers a value proposition on sustainability that could not be matched by competitors. Company leaders asked BSR to help develop a “future-proofed” sustainability strategy.
- Environmental performance measurement
- Human rights and labor issues
- Stakeholder engagement
- Supply chain collaboration
- Sustainability reporting and communications
- Sustainability strategy integration
Sample Member Companies
- A.P. Møller - Mærsk Group
- Aramex International
- Disney Cruise Line
- OIA Global
- Port Metro Vancouver
- Port of Seattle
- United Continental Holdings
- United Parcel Service (UPS)