Smart Freight Centre believes in a collaborative effort from the logistics industry while working towards developing long term sustainable goals and solutions, and has undertaken a diverse range of projects, spanning across the global logistics industry. Each project showcases an unwavering commitment towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions in global freight transportation. Explore how you can make an impact through joining us in our mission towards zero GHG emissions below.Explore Membership Options
SFC Exchange Network
SFC Exchange Network is bridging the data gap to drive improvements in accurate carbon reporting and subsequent carbon reduction. This project can catalyze the shift towards decarbonization through a methodological approach to automatically exchange data.
Road Freight Electrification Guidance
The Road Freight Electrification Guidance works towards helping fleet owners and freight buyers to better understand where and when electrification should be applied, based on solid research, a tested decision-making approach, and through real-life examples from around the world.
The Fleet Electrification Coalition (FEC)
FEC aims to speed up large-scale e-truck deployment by leveraging the power of demand aggregation. FEC is part of the Sustainable Fleet Buyers Alliance (SFBA), a Smart Freight Centre-led initiative.
Inland Waterways Transport Network (IW-NET)
The IW-NET program will advance research, test solutions and apply these to increase the modal share of freight by inland waterways and support the European Union target to reduce transport greenhouse gas emissions by two thirds by 2050.
iLEAP - Integrating Logistics Emissions and PCFs
The iLEAP project aims to facilitate emission transparency throughout the logistics supply chain, with a particular focus on assisting shippers in their decarbonization efforts. By gaining visibility into the logistics component of their product carbon footprint, shippers can make informed choices to reduce emissions and enhance sustainability.
Book and Claim Community
The Book and Claim Community was created to connect, support, and catalyze efforts across numerous stakeholders working to develop a coordinated book and claim approach for heavy transport decarbonization. It will serve as a central hub for existing and emerging efforts, reduce duplication, and communicate findings.
Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative
The Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative (SRTI) uses transparency to drive progress on responsible ship recycling by way of a one-stop shop online platform to report information on policies and practices against a set of predefined disclosure criteria.
Data Access for Logistics Emissions
The Data Access for Logistics Emissions Accounting and Reporting (“Data Access”) project aims to support shippers, LSPs and carriers by improving data access, exchange and IT integration.
End-to-End Guidance is an actionable and implementable guidance to quantify the impact of GHG logistics emissions from supplier to final customer.
Low Emission Fuels and Vehicles (LEFV)
Low Emission Fuels and Vehicles (LEFV) project provides a platform for all freight actors to discuss and understand the decarbonization potential and practical challenges in adopting LEFV solutions.
The development of ISO 14083 is an important milestone in gaining broader acceptance of the principles established in the GLEC Framework, which has been shaped in collaboration with the industry over a period of nearly 10 years.
By aligning with the GLEC Framework, ISO 14083 facilitates the adoption of consistent processes by governments, international organizations, and investors, which have already been embraced by the industry.