FedEx has set an bold agenda to have a carbon-neutral pickup and supply (PUD) operation by 2040. How will the world’s largest transportation and logistics firm get there?
On the 2022 Fleet Ahead Convention, Invoice Cawein, world expertise & integration supervisor at FedEx Specific, will define the corporate’s world plans to decarbonize by fleeting zero tailpipe emissions autos (ZEV) and different methods.
Within the convention’s second-day keynote, titled “Assume Massive, Act Larger: Parsing FedEx’s 2040 ZEV Technique,” Cawein can even define how FedEx is incorporating PUD electrical autos and charging infrastructure at scale, together with deploying the primary 150 electrical supply autos from BrightDrop throughout Southern California.
Cawein can even clarify how realizing the corporate’s objective will demand collaboration — throughout the general public, non-profit, and company sectors.
“We’re excited to listen to from Invoice firsthand, as he oversees the technique and implementation of FedEx’s next-gen expertise for a world fleet that consists of over 78,000 autos,” stated Chris Brown, convention chair. “FedEx’s plans are a key element of the bigger business roadmap to decarbonization.”
The seminar takes place Thursday, Nov. 10 from 8:30 a.m. to 9:15 a.m.
This yr, the Fleet Ahead Convention will convene with the Fleet Security Convention on Nov. Sept. 11 in Santa Clara, California. Attendees pays one registration price to entry each occasions.
Initially posted on Fleet Ahead