XPO, a leading provider of innovative and sustainable end-to-end logistics solutions across Europe, is participating tomorrow in the 11th annual Smart Energy Congress, organised by enerTIC at the IFEMA North Convention Centre in Madrid on Oct 4 and 5. There the company will explain how its digital strategy aligns with its commitment to sustainability and carbon footprint reduction.
Congress participants will discuss key trends driving the digital and sustainable transformation of different sectors of the economy.
Sergio Gellida, director of technology and process improvement, Southern Europe and Morocco, XPO Logistics, is taking part in the round table discussion, "Technological development and digitalisation, keys to progress towards decarbonised and sustainable organisations", moderated by Ramón García, managing director of CITET, at 12:15 pm on Oct 4 in the Technology Auditorium of the congress.
During the discussion, Sergio Gellida will explain how technology and digitalisation can help achieve XPO’s sustainability targets, which have complementary goals of providing excellent service using cutting-edge technology with maximum respect for the environment. He will also present how XPO Logistics is far along in the digitalization process, maintaining a high priority in innovating to meet customer expectations.
"At XPO, we understand that technology is not an end but a means to achieve operational excellence in line with sustainability, making it necessary to know the market and identify our needs. This is how we analyse and develop our digital services — from contactless technology to data analysis, digital robots and the use of artificial intelligence," explains Gellida.
XPO Logistics is a leading innovative supply chain company in Europe, offering end-to-end logistics solutions that combine full truckload, less-than-truckload, pallet distribution, last-mile delivery, global freight forwarding and warehousing services. The company tailors its solutions to the specific needs of its customers in a wide range of industrial and consumer sectors.