Romania takes a big step towards sustainable logistics with national Lean & Green Program launch. Now shippers, retailers and logistics service providers in Romania can get recognition for their carbon reductions by Lean & Green Romania.
On Tuesday 14 March, Chapter Zero Romania and the Independent Directors Association / Asociatia Administratorilor Independenti AAI in partnership with GS1 Romania, Lean & Green International, Electrica and the Bucharest Stock Exchange / Bursa de Valori Bucuresti (BVB) hosted the event ‘Initiatives to incorporate climate governance into corporate strategic goals’: the launch of Lean & Green Romania.
During the event, Mihaela Mihailescu (Deputy Head Romania at EBRD), Radu Hanga (President at Bucharest Stock Exchange), Gabriel Ivan (General Manager at CHEP Romania & Bulgaria) and Dirk van der Lee (Program Director Lean & Green) came together to present their strategies and efforts to embed climate governance considerations into the strategic goals of businesses.
Curious about their stories? Feel free to watch the livestream:
Kick-off Pilot Project Lean & Green Romania
Lean & Green Romania was kicked-off at the headquarter of GS1 Romania in Bucharest, the national partner for Lean & Green. The front-running companies participating in the pilot project shared their plans and ambitions in sustainable transport. This was hosted by CEO Dragos Valentin Neascsu (GS1 Romania). Penny, CHEP, E. van Wijk Logistics, Uniprest Instal and Van der Wal are embarking on the first stages of making logistics carbon neutral in Romania.