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 Building and delivering a sustainable future is now a fundamental element of every automotive manufacturer’s vision, touching all aspects of the business from tailpipe emissions to manufacturing processes and supply chain strategies. Automotive packaging too can and must play an important role in creating and enabling greener supply chains.

Join us as we explore a range of sustainability strategies and technology for packaging and container management through case studies with experts. These wil include how light-weight packaging and load optimisation can reduce CO2 emissions in transport, which new materials are at the forefront of the green packaging revolution, how digitalisation and new technology are helping companies manage returnable packaging and the role of packaging in enhancing intra-logistics and warehousing.

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Christopher Ludwig
Automotive Logistics, Ultima Media

Christopher Ludwig is responsible for editorial production and strategy across Ultima Media’s global automotive media platforms, including Automotive Logistics, Automotive Manufacturing Solutions, Car Design News and its business intelligence unit, Automotive from Ultima Media. He’s covered the automotive industry and supply chain for 15 years and has nearly 20 years’ experience in the media and publishing business. He has an MsC from the London School of Economics and Political Science.


The Automotive Livestream Hour is produced by Christopher LudwigRichard Logan and Neemish Ladwa. Please contact us if you are interested in participating.

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