IKEA: Correct data is a prerequisite for decarbonization

Data, and the correct data, is a vital piece of information if you aim to reduce a company's carbon footprint from, Global Sustainability Manager Elisabeth Munck af Rosenschöld, IKEA Transport & Logistics Services, tells ShippingWatch.

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With IKEA Transport & Logistics Services' ambition to reduce its carbon footprint by an average of 70 percent per transport by 2030, having the right data internally is key to achieve the goal.

This also applies to ocean transportation which is responsible for half of the approximately one million tons of CO2 which the transportation managed by IKEA Transport & Logistics Services, generates every year.

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