EDF Hosts International Freight Sustainability Strategies Forum, and You're Invited

How does supply chain sustainability help build competitive advantage? How does growth in Latin America trade create opportunities for new partnerships in the U.S.? Next Tuesday, February 25th, leading supply chain experts will gather in Irving, Texas to tackle these critical issues at a forum on sustainable logistics.

Speakers such as BNSF Railway, Dal-Tile Corporation, and EPA Blue Skyways will help drive the dialogue on innovative and cost-effective strategies for sustainable freight transportation. Attendees are also able to participate in an informal networking session at the end of the forum to exchange ideas and meet other experts working on sustainable supply chains. This event is open to supply chain sustainability champions looking to advance their knowledge and understanding of these issues.


EDF is proud to co-host this event with the Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Mexico Chamber of Commerce. At the event, Dr. Elena Craft and I will present EDF’s work on green logistics, including clean truck programs, port performance metrics, Climate Corps logistics, truck efficiency standards, collaborations with Latin American partners and the “Five Principles for Greener Freight.”

We are bringing together leading importers, exporters, transportation providers, environmental experts, government and trade associations committed to growing international commerce sustainably, and we look forward to welcoming you in Irving!

What: Forum – Challenges on International Supply Chain Logistics. A focus on trade and freight transport in the Americas: building competitive advantage, saving money and improving sustainability.

Where: Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce, 5201 N. O'Connor Blvd #100, Irving, TX 75039

When: Tuesday, February 25th, 7:45am-10:45am

How: Registration is complimentary; register here.