Shipping accounts for more than 3% of global carbon emissions producing 1bn of greenhouse gas emissions in a year, yet it’s regarded as one of the hardest sectors to decarbonize. With pressure growing on the international shipping industry to ‘scale up’ sustainable shipping solutions, a growing number of shippers are adopting carbon visibility technology to aid their emissions reporting.
In this insightful webinar, you will hear from two ocean freight industry experts, Chris Mazza and Eric Johnson, who will discuss the powerful impact of visibility data on sustainable ocean freight transport.
- Thursday, June 1st
- 10:00 EST / 16:00 CET
Chris Mazza, a seasoned ocean logistics executive and SVP International Growth of Shippeo, will share his expertise on how visibility data can drive operational efficiency, reduce emissions, and improve customer satisfaction in the supply chain. Eric Johnson, the Senior Editor of Technology at the Journal of Commerce, will discuss how visibility data can help shippers and carriers make informed decisions, improve asset utilization, and minimize waste in logistics operations.
By joining this webinar, you will learn:
- How to leverage the latest technologies to capture and analyze visibility data
- Best practices for accurate emissions calculations and reporting
- How carbon emissions data can positively influence procurement cycles
- How to effectively manage demurrage and detention costs with visibility data
Leading Shippeo’s expansion into new markets, Christopher Mazza, Shippeo’s Senior Vice President of International Growth has extensive experience in the transportation and logistics industry, having participated in the creation of ClearMetal where he played an integral role in business development before joining project44 following the company's acquisition.
Eric Johnson is the JOC's Senior Editor, Technology, where he leads coverage and analysis of technology’s impact on global logistics and trade. Johnson regularly reports on how shippers, carriers across all modes, and logistics companies use software, as well as new concepts impacting core freight transportation processes like procurement, execution, visibility, and payment. Johnson is a regular presenter and moderator at industry events and webinars. Prior to joining the JOC in May 2018, Johnson spent 13 years with American Shipper in a variety of roles, most recently covering logistics technology and leading the production of a series of benchmark studies on the logistics industry. Johnson has a bachelor’s in journalism from the University of Wisconsin and a master’s in international business from the University of Leeds, UK. He has lived and worked in Southern California, the UK, and India, and now resides in the Washington, D.C., area.