Transport and logistics

Transport and logistics suppliers get increasingly under pressure with regard to sustainability and CO2 reporting. On the one hand, large buyers and other stakeholders demand transparency; on the other hand, legal regulations are increasingly tightened, as for example by DIN EN 16258 or the EU MRV regulation 2015/757 in the shipping industry.

These changing conditions increase the necessity for sustainable and innovative solutions which are economically and ecologically profitable and generate competitive advantages.

 

Our services

Swiss Climate supports logistics and transport companies of every size and across the entire value chain, based on the Swiss Climate model:

  • Detailed analysis and calculation of the CO2 footprint
  • Competent consultancy on suitable measures to reduce CO2 emissions
  • Climate neutral logistics and transport services through compensation of non-avoidable emissions
  • Support in targeted communication, e.g. for customer reporting or tenders
  • Use of a label, e.g. «climate neutral transport»

In addition, Swiss Climate is an official coach by GS1 Switzerland and supports your company with the Lean & Green certification.

You find more Information on the Lean & Green Award here.

 

Specific services for the shipping industry

The shipping industry is faced with diverse already existing and upcoming environmental regulations: EU MRV regulation 2015/757, Global MRV regulation 2019, integration of shipping industry into the climate alliance (Goal 2023)

Swiss Climate supports you in developing your climate strategy and in alligning with the regulations:

  • Evaluation of existing systems and processes and completion of «gaps» with mandatory data
  • Comprehensive analysis of fuels and activity data to identify missing data and execution of plausibility checks

 

Your contact partner

Mathias Bürgi

CEO

«What it takes for sustainable business is people who think sustainably, future-oriented and who see opportunities. A sustainability strategy is only as good as the sum of all employees within an organisation striving to implement it.»

Education

MAS in Environmental Technology and Management, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW)

CAS in Renewable Energies, Environmental Technology, Environmental Management and Sustainable Development, FHNW

MA in History, Business Administration, Media Studies, University of Berne

Responsibilities

Product development, customer relationship, partnerships, team building

Background

Mathias Bürgi has been chief executive officer at Swiss Climate since 2014. He has a long-standing professional experience in project management in the fields of sales, material planning and warehouse management and headed the initial phase of the competence centre for energy efficiency and renewable energies in the UNESCO biosphere Entlebuch.