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  • The Environmental Policy Statement is implemented through our Environmental Management System (EMS), which is an integrated part of our Global Ship Management System (GSMS). The overall purpose of the EMS is to ensure a systematic approach to environmental improvements and compliance, which is achieved through the PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) cycle (see figure below). As part of the management system, we set objectives and targets for environmental improvements on a continuous basis, and we implement best available technology/best environmental practice where technically and economically feasible. We also conduct training to improve environmental awareness and we improve operational procedures to ensure our targets are met.
  • Maersk Line, the world’s biggest shipping company, has managed to reduce its CO2 emission per container by 15% from 2002 to 2008 through a broad array of innovation projects.
  • • We will continue to pursue efficiency to the benefit of both our business and the environment. • We have created an environment for energy innovation and are currently running up to 100 innovation research projects through Maersk Maritime Technology. The aim is to reduce CO2 emission and save energy. Among many other things we are: o Testing new kinds of ship paints o Developing more efficient propellers o Experimenting with new techniques to reduce friction between water and ships
  • Green Supply Chain Maersk Logistics

    1. 1. Green Supply Chain Anas Iftikhar Farhan Arshad Adnan Bari Salman Ansari
    2. 3. We can help our customers in becoming “greener” to satisfy stakeholders’ requirements and reveal potential for increasing efficiency of their supply chains
    3. 4. <ul><li>Global warming is the result of increasing CO 2 concentration in the atmosphere </li></ul><ul><li>Global warming is and will be one of the largest challenges of this century </li></ul><ul><li>Transportation activities are one of the main contributors to global warming </li></ul>Carbon Emissions – a Global Challenge With global warming being recognised as one of the largest challenges of this century, carbon emissions are increasingly becoming the centre of attention
    4. 5. COMPARISION BETWEEN MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION Source: International Maritime Organization (IMO)
    5. 6. Mode selection has significant impact on a company’s carbon footprint
    6. 7. Transportation - An important source of CO 2 Due to globalization and increased outsourced trends, transportation is the only sector that has increased CO 2 emissions in the last two decades Source: European Logistics Users Providers and Enablers Group ( ELUPEG) EU Transport Energy industries Residential Average Other (non-energy) Services Industrial processes Agriculture Industry (energy) Waste Fugitive emissions
    7. 8. Our response – SupplyChain CarbonCheck™ Maersk Logistics’ consulting service aimed at identifying carbon reduction potentials in supply chains <ul><li>mounting pressure from stakeholders </li></ul>ambitious CO 2 reduction targets untapped potentials in global supply chains
    8. 9. SupplyChain CarbonCheck™ - comprehensive scope The scope can cover supply chain activities from the pick-up at the vendor’s factory until delivery to the point of sale
    9. 10. SupplyChain CarbonCheck™ - a standardised approach 4-step methodology based on internationally recognized emission standards 1 2 3 4 Estimate current supply chain carbon footprint & costs Simulate carbon footprint & costs of alternative scenarios Implement solutions Evaluate CO 2 emission & cost reduction potential
    10. 11. Step 1: Estimate Current Carbon Footprint As a first step, we map your current carbon emissions and provide you with a snap-shot of the carbon footprint of your supply chain <ul><li>Carbon mapping of current supply chain with Maersk Carbon Footprint Calculator </li></ul><ul><li>Result: Snap-shot of the supply chain’s current carbon footprint – the ‘AS IS’ scenario </li></ul>1 2 3 4 Estimate Simulate Evaluate Implement ‘ AS IS’ Carbon Footprint Calculator Global supply chain scope Internationally recognised emission standards & calculation methodology
    11. 12. <ul><li>Simulation of alternative supply chain set-ups – ‘TO BE’ scenarios </li></ul><ul><li>Calculation of carbon emissions and total supply chain costs for each scenario </li></ul><ul><li>Comparison of ‘TO BE’ scenario with ‘AS IS’ scenarios </li></ul><ul><li>Identification of CO 2 reduction potentials </li></ul>Step 2: Simulate Alternative Scenarios We then estimate carbon emissions for alternative configurations of the supply chain and compare the results with the current footprint AS IS 1 2 3 4 TO BE 2 TO BE 1 TO BE 3 Estimate Simulate Evaluate Implement
    12. 13. <ul><li>Evaluate carbon reduction potentials based on: </li></ul>$ Step 3: Evaluate CO 2 Reduction Potentials Reduction potentials are evaluated under various aspects. Evaluate the scenarios that have the highest impact and better fit strategy. Strategic fit Impact on carbon footprint Impact on total supply chain costs Ease of implementation 1 2 3 4 Concrete recommendations for implementation ? Estimate Simulate Evaluate Implement CO 2
    13. 14. <ul><li>Preparation of roadmap for implementation </li></ul><ul><li>Maersk Logistics assists in putting agreed solutions into practice </li></ul><ul><li>Estimation of actual achievements in reducing carbon emissions after implementation phase </li></ul>Step 4: Implement Solutions Maersk Logistics assists in implementing the agreed solutions, thus helping you tap the full potential of carbon footprint reduction in your supply chain CO 2 Reduction Time Solution A Solution B Solution C 1 2 3 4 Estimate Simulate Evaluate Implement
    14. 15. Strategic Level of Environmental Performance for the A.P. Moller Maersk Group
    15. 17. What have we done so far? Case Studies
    16. 20. Your guide to greener supply chains - SupplyChain CarbonCheck™
    17. 22. Typically, lower carbon emissions come along with lower overall logistics costs and maintained or improved service levels – a win-win situation for our clients and the environment!