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    • Sustainable Transport: collaboration goes green 1
    • Agenda Introduction Olivier LABASSE, ECR France Darran WATKINS, ECR UK Cases from Peter LATHAM, Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd ECR UK Gavin CHAPPELL, Alliance Boots Olivier LABASSE, ECR France Cases from Thomas DUBRULLE, Carrefour ECR Xavier PERRAUDIN, Benedicta France Patrice MINZOLINI, Cadbury Rémi SOURIN, Cora Discussion Questions to panel of speakers Close 2
    • Transport background Pollution Pollution Network Network Gasoline costs Gasoline costs geography geography Multimodal Multimodal Legislation Legislation Road saturation Road saturation implementation? implementation? Railway’s Capacity Capacity failure shortages shortages Road security Road security policy policy Fiscal and social Fiscal and social legislation legislation Inventory level Inventory level Greenhouse Greenhouse distortions distortions and quality and quality gas gas European European Out of stock transportation Just in time Just in time Out of stock transportation white book white book Environmental Transportation Transportation Transportation Transportation Environmental costs costs increase costs increase demand demand costs 3 increase Internalisation Internalisation increase
    • Introduction • Pressures on fuel, labour costs, road congestion and greenhouse gas reduction have moved to the top of the agenda of our industry • Collaborative transport optimisation has economic and environmental benefits while providing better service to consumer • The session will show how companies reach the same objectives in different countries using different tools 4
    • Sustainable development: one global approach, one European policy, national strategies, local implementations Economic growth Sustainable development Social progress Environment conservation Deep-seated obligation for our companies 5
    • A shared approach Face-to-Face & Economic On-Line Collaborative Benefits Tools Improved Vehicle Environmental Fill Benefits Multi-Partner Distribution Social Benefits 6
    • UK Cases • ECR UK Collaborative Green Distribution • Darran WATKINS, IGD/ECR UK • Sharing Transport to Reduce Costs, Congestion and Emissions • Peter LATHAM, Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd • A Collaborative Distribution Solution in Scotland • Gavin CHAPPELL, Alliance Boots
    • ECR UK Board 14 Retailers 21 Suppliers
    • ECR UK Structure & Activities ECR UK Board Diane Carter Chris Tyas Central Retail Operations Director Supply Chain Director Sainsbury's Nestlé Collaborative Retail Availability Green Packaging Workgroup Distribution Workgroup Workgroup Learning & Change Business Case Functional Date Coding People Insights – Multi-partner KPI’s Remote Subgroup Guidelines Subgroup Engagement squeezing out Convenience Trunking & Enablers Places Subgroup – last 50 metres the last drop? Store Subgroup Subgroup Subgroups Subgroup Environment Shelf Sizes Subgroup Subgroup Subgroup MU Subgroup Subgroup • Activities have doubled between 2005 and 2007 • Over 150 people from the industry directly contribute to ECR activities
    • Food Industry Sustainability Strategy (FISS) Clear targets were set for the industry including: • Reduction of carbon emissions by 20% by 2010 • Reduction of water usage by 10-15% by 2010 • A significant reduction in the environmental and social costs of domestic food transportation by 2012 • Reduction in food waste of 15-20% by 2010 by the food manufacturing sector
    • Transport Champions Group Action Main impact Greater capacity vehicles Fewer Out of hours deliveries Friendlier Engine specifications Friendlier The Transport “Big Six” Vehicle telematics/CVRS Fewer Transport collaboration Fewer Logistics systems redesign Fewer Total Both
    • Sharing Transport to Reduce Costs, Congestion and Emissions Peter Latham VP Supply Chain Development Europe
    • Why Collaborative Green Transport ? In the UK, the food chain accounts for: • At least 22% of the UK total of greenhouse gas emissions • 25% of all HGV vehicle kilometres in the UK Challenged by the Government to: • Reduce carbon emissions by 20% by 2010 against a 1990 baseline • Significantly reduce the environmental and social costs of domestic food transportation by 2012 Source: Transport 2000 Trust, DEFRA
    • Why Collaborative Green Transport ? Cost Service
    • What Is It ?
    • What Is It ?
    • What Are We Working On ? Collaborative Trunking
    • Collaborative Distribution Interactive Sessions Name(s) Record Sheet Job Title(s) ECR Collaborative Distribution Workgroup Company Trunking Project – Case Study Record 10:10-12:00 Presentations 12:00-12:40 Speed-Dating 12:40-12:45 ‘Real’ Dates and your first impressions to check your assumptions requested / organised Company Yes / No / ? Flirt / Divert Why Wish list Time & Place Purpose of document Booker The purpose of the document is to record the progress of partners in identifying opportunities to remove empty trunking miles. By logging the issues encountered and solutions found through all the stages of the process, a case study record can be Boots The Chemist developed for dissemination across the wider ECR community CCE At the collaborative trunking ‘speed dating’ event there are many potential pairs of partners with opportunities to explore. This document is intended to log the progress of these opportunities in a common format which in total will form a substantial case Dairy Crest study. The document is intended to follow the likely process, please amend the document as Grampian Country Transport appropriate to match what actually happens. Musgrave Budgens Londis Nestle RHM Group Logistics Tesco Unilever ICF Partners Completed by Date
    • Collaborative Trunking - Rollout http://www.igd.com/collaborativedistribution Ambient and chilled collaborative distribution sessions held in Q4 2006 and Q1 2007
    • Opportunities to Save 687 loads/week = 5,100,000 miles pa The opportunities are clear: it’s up to individuals to implement!
    • Collaborative Trunking – Case Study
    • Shared Deliveries in Far Flung Places Gavin Chappell Supply Chain Director
    • What is the Issue ? Dedicated 3rd Party Accounts Typical Groupage Services with specific: - General: • Fleet configuration • Shared user • Delivery processes • Limited value added • Paperwork services • Security / controls • Single transit media • Transit Media AND OR (pallets or cages) • Returns Processes • Common commercial • Commercial Model model • Delivery slots • ECONOMIES OF SCALE / store arrangements
    • Far Flung Places High St Retailers Have: • Distribution Centres in central belt (Edinburgh / Glasgow) • Dedicated fleets of small vehicles • Long delivery runs (some 2 man) to outlying stores • Grocers have Full Truck Load deliveries to most stores Suppliers Have: • Few manufacturing facilities north of central belt to utilise returning legs > 80% Population live in the Central Belt
    • Current Model Supplier 1 Retailer A Retailer B Retailer C
    • An Alternative Model Supplier 1 Cross Dock Platform Double Deck Rigid Retailer A Retailer B Retailer C
    • Far Flung Places – Potential Savings • 6 % saving in shifts • 16% saving in trips • 39% saving in miles Definite Winner ! • 11,700 miles / day • 3,600,000 miles / year
    • What Do We Want ? • 3rd party to provide clear accountability for: • Store service • Security • Insurance • Billing • KPI reporting • Return load management • To Hub • To point of origin • Scheduling • Issue resolution
    • Outcomes – 3 Pilots • Pilot 1 – Inverness – Potential to share an existing facility and use an existing shared user network • Pilot 2 – Aberdeen – Potential to use an existing shared user network • Pilot 3 – Highlands & Islands – Shared transport opportunity
    • Pilots 1 & 2 (Boots The Chemist Only) • Financial savings and reduced mileage • Store delivery times maintained • Stores to get increase in weekly delivery frequency: 6 times vs. 3 today • Better availability for our consumers • Physical operation to start end of May ‘07
    • Conclusion • The “Greenness” of our industry is not going to go away • If we don’t do something about it, the Government will • There are simple things we can do to make a difference now • We need the 3PL companies and other service providers to come with us • Collaborative Green Transport offers us a way of saving money and the planet!
    • French cases The ECR France 2007 “green comparator” Olivier LABASSE 2 success stories of sustainable collaborative transport optimisation which reduce environmental impacts and costs and improve delivery frequencies – Multiplayer CMI between 3 SME and one large – Multiplayer CMI between 3 SME and one large retailer, Xavier PERRAUDIN, Benedicta & Thomas retailer, Xavier PERRAUDIN, Benedicta & Thomas DUBRULLE, Carrefour DUBRULLE, Carrefour – Multiplayer CMI between 2 large manufacturers and – Multiplayer CMI between 2 large manufacturers and 2 RDC of one retailer, Patrice MINZOLINI, Cadbury 2 RDC of one retailer, Patrice MINZOLINI, Cadbury & Rémi SOURIN, Cora & Rémi SOURIN, Cora The ECR “Transport web dating” ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Some French trends in logistics Retailers expectations – To reduce inventories (- 10 days in 3 years) – To reduce inventories (- 10 days in 3 years) – To maintain an outstanding service level from their – To maintain an outstanding service level from their suppliers (large companies or SMEs) suppliers (large companies or SMEs) Manufacturers expectations – To control logistics costs – To control logistics costs – To improve on shelf availability – To improve on shelf availability Transport evolution – Increasing costs trend (+8,5% between 2004 and 2006) – Increasing costs trend (+8,5% between 2004 and 2006) – Decreasing offer (regional difficulties to deliver South of – Decreasing offer (regional difficulties to deliver South of France, Brittany … especially during peak seasons) France, Brittany … especially during peak seasons) ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • What is at stake? Economic stakes of mutualisation – Transport costs control – Transport costs control – Inventory costs reduction – Inventory costs reduction – Increase of service level by increasing delivery – Increase of service level by increasing delivery frequencies frequencies Environmental stakes of better trucks fulfilment – – CO2 reduction CO2 reduction – – Gasoline consumption reduction Gasoline consumption reduction – – Road congestion reduction Road congestion reduction ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Retailer distribution centre supplying grocery Pallets / deliveries RDC Supply in pallets per day 40 35 15% of deliveries > to 33 pallets 30 50% of deliveries < à 5 pallets 25 Nb Pallets Average 17,71 pal/supply 20 15 10 5 0 88% 93% 98% 36% 41% 82% 31% 46% 52% 57% 62% 67% 77% 10% 16% 21% 26% 72% 0% 5% ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • How to optimize the truck fulfilment? Supplier A Supplier B Multipick Multiplayer CMI A+B Synchronization of bookings Multidrop Points of sale ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • How to solve the contradiction? Increase of Control of service level logistic costs Decrease of Reduction of inventory cost environmental impacts Improvement of freshness Reduction of and quality of road congestion products More frequent deliveries ≠ Mutualisation Mutualisation More full trucks ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Optimisation of vehicles filling with bookings synchronisation If manufacturer alone Nb of floor Nb of floor Nb of pallets / Vehicule fill pallets deliveries delivery Manufacturer 1 1 347 354 4 12% Manufacturer 2 1 784 268 7 20% Manufacturer 3 177 89 2 6% Manufacturer 4 3 311 377 9 27% Manufacturer 5 15 002 949 16 48% Total 21 621 2 037 11 32% Current organisation (with logistics provider optimisation) Total 21 621 1 535 14 43% Organisation in CMI with bookings synchronisation Total 21 621 743 29 88% ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response Source: Hays logistique ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Economic stakes of the multiplayer CMI for grocery by suppliers’ types In CMI Initial situation Without With mutualisation mutualisation Inventory in retailer’s 23 days < 16 days < 13 days warehouse 6,7 6,6 6,6 A 6 deliveries a week 6 deliveries a week 6 deliveries a week 6,7 8 6,7 B Cost in 1,4 deliveries a week 5 deliveries a week 5 deliveries a week % of the 6,5 8,8 6,7 manu- C facturer 0,9 delivery a week 4 deliveries a week 4 deliveries a week selling price 7,5 9,8 7,5 D 0,4 delivery a week 3 deliveries a week 3 deliveries a week Average 6,8 8 6,8 Economies realised thanks to the mutualisation of CMI: almost 1,2% of the manufacturers’ turnover in average ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Greenhouse gas emission distribution in France Mt CO2 2002 200 100% 180 90% 28% Transports 160 80% 140 Residential 70% Tertiary 120 60% 24% Manufacturing 100 industry 50% Energy 40% 80 transformation 22% 30% 60 Agriculture Forestry 20% 13% 40 Others 10% 20 12% 0% 1% 0 1970 1980 1990 2000 CO2 worrying growth for transport sector ECR Europe Source: Response Efficient Consumer CITEPA / coralie / format SECTEN, mise à jour 27/02/03 ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • The French green comparator Simulation tool developed in collaboration with ADEME to assess the potential savings in – gasoline – gasoline – CO2 – CO2 – vehicles.kilometres – vehicles.kilometres of the new transport solutions by comparison with the initial situation Objectives – Road congestion diminution – Road congestion diminution – Greenhouse gas emission reduction – Greenhouse gas emission reduction – Fossil energy saving – Fossil energy saving ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • The collective green counter Monitoring reduction of 0 0 Tons of CO2 Tons of CO2 Litres of Litres of Vehicle.kms Vehicle.kms gasoline gasoline ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Working group’s members ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Multi-players CMI between 3 SME food companies, a third party logistics operator, 6 hauliers and a major retailer Thomas DUBRULLE Xavier PERRAUDIN ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • 218 hypermarkets delivered by 10 RDC FRANCE 1025 supermarkets & 1649 convenience stores delivered by 16 RDC ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • an independent SME 2006 115 M€ Turnover / 235 people N°1 in Salad Dressings MS 36,7%* N°2 in Mayonnaise / MS 22,0%* N°1 in Variety Sauces MS 39,4%* N°2 in the Cold Sauces Market in France Market Share in Value 26,4 %* (*Source: AC Nielsen; cumulative value at the end of March 2007) ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • another independent SME 33 M€ Turnover / 65 people (in 2004) (in 2004) N°3 in Chocolate Powder market Market Share ~13,3% Brands BANANIA, BENCO ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Pastacorp, again another independent SME 86 M€ Turnover / 250 people (in 2005) (in 2005) N°3 in the Pasta Market in France ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • A collaborative answer A mutualised multi-players approach How to organise COMBINED deliveries from ONE single physical depot to ONE single RDC ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • A practical and viable approach At technical and operational levels low investment / easy to set-up simple to manage But also from an economic point of view no logistics’ cost increase at a minimum Without forgetting environmental effects less CO2 consumption ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • A step by step approach First tested with 2 SME 2 SME October 2004 first set-ups One 3rd party logistic operator Q1&2 2005 First combined Six regional hauliers deliveries October 2005 One major retailer Combined deliveries 100% RDC ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • A step by step approach then extended to a 3rd SME 3 SME October 2005 first set-ups One 3rd Party Logistic Operator Six Regional Hauliers February 2007 Combined deliveries 100% Delivery Points One major Retailer ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Flow chart physical mutualisation Banania factory Lustucru factory Bénédicta factory The 3 companies Bénédicta Banania Lustucru share the same externalised Storage Storage Storage facilities for storage and picking A chosen haulier (partner) takes goods in charge from a unique binary (synchronised picking and loading) Only one single point of delivery same booking (location/day/hour) Retailer DC ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • A step by step approach: before mutualisation factory Benedicta central warehouse Le Bourget Average deliveries B 10 pallets once a week Pont de Veyle Average deliveries Bassens 11,5 pallets 1,5 times a week Average deliveries 10 pallets 1,1 times a week ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • A step by step approach: before mutualisation factory Banania central warehouse Le Bourget Average deliveries B 4 Pallets 0,7 times a week Pont de Veyle Average deliveries Bassens 6 pallets once a week Average deliveries 4 Pallets 1,2 times a week ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • A step by step approach: before mutualisation factory Le Bourget Average deliveries B 19 pallets 0,9 times a week Pont de Veyle Average deliveries Bassens 25 pallets 1,1 times a week Average deliveries 23,5 pallets 0,9 times a week ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • The approach with mutualisation factory factory factory Le Bourget Average deliveries B 25 pallets 1,2 times a week Pont de Veyle Average deliveries Bassens 30 pallets 1,7 times a week Average deliveries 29 pallets 1,3 times a week ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Economic results Average delivery frequency increased by +34% Average load per delivery increased by +115% Average stock coverage in RDC decreased by -16% (-3 days with mutualisation) Service level maintained to 99,6% Overall number of Booking a year -55% Logistic costs stabilised due to reduction on loading and unloading costs in warehouses ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Theoretical environmental results Using ADEME / ECR green comparator Litre of gasoline kg CO2 Vehicles.km Initial situation 89 626 238 563 261 202 Multiplayer solution 44 123 117 445 114 173 Savings 45 503 121 118 147 029 % of savings 51% 51% 56% Unbelievable ! ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Re-stated environmental results Using ADEME / ECR green comparator Litre of gasoline kg CO2 Vehicles.km Initial situation 56 333 149 945 153 626 Multiplayer solution 44 123 117 445 114 173 Savings 12 210 32 500 39 452 % of savings 22% 22% 26% Taking into account optimisation previously performed by hauliers (average truck fulfilment ~66%) ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • As a conclusion This collaborative approach has already been extended This collaborative approach has already been extended by the 3 SMEs to by the 3 SMEs to – 100% Carrefour RDC (26) – 100% Carrefour RDC (26) – One other retailer (Supermarchés Match) – One other retailer (Supermarchés Match) And we are looking for other partners … And we are looking for other partners … Carrefour has implemented collaborative approaches Carrefour has implemented collaborative approaches with with – 12 other manufacturers using the same method – 12 other manufacturers using the same method (large and small companies) (large and small companies) – with 60 private labels suppliers gathered on a – with 60 private labels suppliers gathered on a single consolidation centre single consolidation centre ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Multiplayer CMI between 2 large manufacturers and 2 RDC of one retailer Rémi SOURIN Patrice MINZOLINI ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Cora in France 59 Hypermarkets 14 Retailer distribution centers 22 000 employees ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Increase of Increase on shelf availability Control of service level level to DC’s and service logistic costs Decrease of Reduction of inventory cost Reduce our environmental environmental impact impacts Inventory reduction at RDC Improvement of freshness and mix product improvement Reduction of and quality of road congestion products More frequent deliveries ≠ Mutualisation Mutualisation More full trucks ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Multiplayer CMI implementation between CORA – CADBURY & SARA LEE Initial situation Deliveries in full trucks towards 2 Cora’s warehouses (Ludres and Roye) – Sara Lee • 57 trucks towards Ludres a year • 52 trucks towards Roye a year – Cadbury • 39 trucks towards Ludres a year • 59 trucks towards Roye a year ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Initial situation Roye Artenay Ludres St Cyr en Val Roye Artenay Ludres St Cyr en Val ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Mutualisation situation Roye Artenay Ludres St Cyr en Val ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Economic KPIs Cora Roye Before After Inventory 19 16 Frequencies 1,1 1,8 Service level 98,7 99,3 Cora Ludres Before After Inventory 20 17 Frequencies 1 1,65 Service level 98,9 99,4 ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Assessment tool: current situation Flow n°1 Flow n°2 Flow n°3 Flow n°4 Expedition centre Delivery centre Distance per delivery (km) Average weight per vehicle (tons) Number of vehicles per year Number of delivery per week Weight per year (tons) ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Assessment tool: current situation Flow n°1 Flow n°2 Flow n°3 Flow n°4 Expedition centre Artenay St Cyr Artenay St Cyr Delivery centre Roye Roye Ludres Ludres Distance per 190 200 370 380 delivery (km) Average weight 18 18 18 18 per vehicle (tons) Number of 52 59 57 39 vehicles per year Number of delivery 1,0 1,1 1,1 0,7 per week Weight per year 936 1 062 1 026 702 (tons) ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Assessment tool: mutualisation solution with Roye RDC Loading 1-1 Loading 1-2 Loading point St Cyr Artenay Final or midway destination point Artenay Roye Final delivery point Roye Distance per delivery (km) 10 190 Weight loaded at the loading point per vehicle (tons) 9 9 Number of vehicle a year 95 95 Total weight transported per delivery & per vehicle (tons) 9 18 Total weight transported per journey & per year (tons) 855 1 710 Number of delivery a week 1,8 1,8 ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Assessment tool: savings of the project Litre of gasoline kg CO2 Vehicles.km Initial situation 29 147 77 582 72 984 Multiplayer solution 27 014 71 905 65 494 Saving 2 133 5 677 7 490 % of savings 7% 7% 10% ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • How to identify more easily potential manufacturer and retailer partners in order to optimize together the road transport? ECR Transport Web dating ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • Significant use increase of the ECR France transport web dating 200 189 180 160 155 140 23 March 2006 120 7 June 2006 100 96 11 September 2006 22 November 2006 80 77 79 70 11 January 2007 60 12 February 2007 39 40 35 37 38 26 March 2007 24 20 17 0 0 0 Company members Expedition & delivery point ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • They use it AUCHAN, CASINO, CARREFOUR SPC, CARREFOUR HYPERMARCHES, CORA, METRO CASH AND CARRY, SCACHAP/ LECLERC, SYSTEME U 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME VIDEO, BARILLA, BEIERSDORF, BIC, BRASSERIES HEINEKEN, CADBURY, COCA-COLA ENTREPRISE, COLGATE PALMOLIVE, DOUWE EGBERTS, FERRERO, FLEURY MICHON, FROMAGERIES BEL, GEMEY MAYBELLINE GARNIER, GEORGIA PACIFIC, HENKEL, KELLOGG'S PRODUITS ALIMENTAIRES, KRAFT FOODS, L’OREAL, LASCAD, LU, MASTERFOODS, MERALLIANCE, MHD, NESTLE, SCA, SOLINEST ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • ECR France collective green counter Litres of gasoline kg CO2 Vehicles.km Savings 14 343 38 177 46 942 Players Benedicta, Cadbury, Carrefour, Cora, Nutrimaine, Pasta Corp, Sara Lee ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response
    • 1987-2007 Sustainable development definition is 20 years old Our responsibility is to implement it We all report it through our annual reports We have now the opportunity to make it happen on collaborative way by transport mutualisation Let’s do it together from now on and show that the Industry acts responsible … ECR Europe Efficient Consumer Response ECR France Efficient Consumer Response