Summary ETW Workshop 3rd April 2019 in Paris

Auditorium of the Workshop


The Workshop was opened by Julien Darthout (CPV Associés) and Francois Régis Letourneau (CSR of ASLOG) stating the objective of the day: making an inventory of the needs of the sector, the tools and initiatives in measurement and reduction and to discuss how the tool EcoTransIT World can support the different actors in the determination and reduction of GHG emissions and air pollutants. Currently only very few shippers have the ability to make things happen on their own and more collaboration is needed.

Roundtable: Anne Dubost from Heineken, Denis Choumert, president of AUTF and François-Régis Letourneau from L’Oréal

Heineken started measuring its carbon footprint from its logistics activities in 2010, which accounts for 9% of their product’s carbon footprint. Reduction targets are being published annually.
L’Oreal started their environmental and social program in 2013. CO2 emissions in Scope 1 and 2 have decreased by 77% compared to 2011. Within scope 3 the transport sector accounts for 600.000 tons CO2 of over 8 million tons.
To support shippers in improving their environmental performance, the AUTF has launched the FRET 21 program, which is now part of the EVE program.

Presentation of the EcoTransIT World tool by Cécile Bray, GEODIS and Ralph Anthes, IVE

For more than 20 years, EcoTransIT World has been developing and continuously updating a methodology and a tool able to calculate GHG emissions and air pollutants. EcoTransIT is based on 3 pillars:

  1. The EcoTransIT World Initiative (EWI): a working group that brings together industry players, scientists, and researchers to maintain and develop a methodology and a tool globally recognized for calculating the environmental impacts of freight transport.
  2. EcoTransIT World Tool (ETW) provides a robust and transparent methodology validated by scientific institutes and a free online awareness tool.
  3. For professional users EcoTransIT World business solutions are being offered with 3 types of interfaces and allowing users to integrate operational / business data.

Presentation by Eszter Toth-Weedon, Industry Relations Manager, Smart Freight Center and Dr.-Ing. Verena Ehrler, Researcher – DLR / IFFSTAR)

Smart Freight Center is a global non-profit organization working for an efficient and zero-emission freight sector contributing to the Paris Agreement and the SDGs. SFC enabled the publication of the GLEC framework, a universal methodology for calculating GHG emissions which has been tested in the framework of the LEARN project (funded by the European Commission) and promotes the implementation of an ISO standard for calculating GHG emissions.
EcotransIT World Tool is the first certified tool compliant with the GLEC framework.

Summary of the morning

  • Expectations of shippers are strong
  • Shippers want to be able to obtain comparable data. The work of GLEC and LEARN towards a standardization goes in this direction
  • EcoTransIT World is a living system, being continuously updated and improved
  • EcoTransIT World allows simulations of GHG emissions and atmospheric pollutants and relies on research using reliable and recognized sources of information.
  • The French political impulse with Marc Cottignies of ADEME

    The French “Info GES” regulation has been in place since October 2013: any transport provider must indicate to its customers the amount of CO2e linked to its transport (see presentation). An order dated February 26, 2019 specifies that the calculation methodology may be certified by an accredited body. It will be up to logistics providers to have the method checked. The functionality of each tool will be screened and this will result in the publication of tools and features that have been audited. Since EcoTransIT World was developed on the basis of the EN16258 standard and in accordance with French regulations, there is a good chance that customer solutions using this tool will be accredited. However, the data integrated in the client business solution must be specified for each case.
    Presentation of the EVE Program = Voluntary Commitments for the Environment (4 types): CO2 charter (road carriers), FRET 21 and EVCOM to come for commissionaires. In addition, a platform known as PFE DET (will be built on the existing data of 1,500 French road carriers available in the CO2 charter) will be deployed; the timetable for putting the platform into production remains to be specified.

    Clean Cargo and SAFA – Marine and Air Sector Partnerships Model (Angie Farrag Thibault, Director, Transportation & Logistics and Collaboration, BSR and Giulio Berruti, Associate Director, BSR)

    More than 55 Clean Cargo members share the vision of a marine transportation industry as an integral part of sustainable supply chains. The presentation focuses on Clean Cargo’s first objective, which is to influence the reduction of maritime transport emissions and to provide quality and easily usable quantitative data. Examples of the many results reported by Clean Cargo are e.g.: 82% of the members use the results by trade lane; 19% reduction of CO2 / TEUkm between 2013 and 2017.
    CMA CGM (Corinne Bonnard) demonstrates the value brought by Clean Cargo: CMA CGM has been a member since 2005 and reports its data annually to BSR. The data reported each year is real and verified data of the fleet and charter vessels (including fuel consumption and distances travelled) ship by ship. Clean Cargo calculates trade lane emission factors from these real and verified data transmitted by all shipping member companies.
    EcoTransIT World relies on Clean Cargo data for calculating GHG and SOx emissions. In particular, the members of Clean Cargo have access to the detailed emission data by shipping company and trade lane.

    Integration of business data by users: Marie-Laurence Merville (Panalpina), Claire Gentil (SNCF Freight), Tariel Chamerois (DB Schenker), Cécile Bray (GEODIS)

    For air transport, the business data reported by Panalpina include weight, routing and flight number which allows ETW to identify type of aircraft (OAG base) as well as the average consumption of this type of aircraft (Small Emitter Tool, EU base). For shipping, Schenker sends the number of TEUs, the routing and the identifier of the shipping company (SCAC code). Based on these elements, EcoTransIT World converts the data of Clean Cargo – also complying with the GLEC framework and taking into account ECA Zones (Emission Control Areas) – and retrieves the specific data of each shipping company. For the road transport, GEODIS carries out its calculation with EcotransIT integrating in particular the typology of vehicle (template and standard of emission) as well as the actual kms in load and empty. Fret SNCF performs the calculation based on the actual mass of the train and the actual traction mode of each section (electric or thermal). For all these users, the calculation is done for GHG emissions and air pollutants.
    Conclusion: Freight forwarding agents presently using the same EcoTransIT methodology but for a given route, will not produce the same results in terms of CO2 emissions because the business / production data of each service provider are included in the calculation and transport solutions are different (shipping companies, aircraft type, … routing)

    Conclusion of the day

  • EcoTransIT World users can act on the reduction of their / their customers’ emissions by a fair and comparable determination from one carrier to another.
  • EcoTransIT World Initiative (EWI) is a working group that collaborates with industry players to provide a harmonized methodology and calculation, in line with national and international standards
  • EcoTransIT World enables the reporting of GHG emissions and air pollutants, simulates and compares different transport scenarios
  • EcoTransIT World is scalable and will comply with the ISO standard once it exists
  • The license fees paid to EcoTransIT World finance the evolutions
  • French members of EcoTransIT World propose to organize a working group to answer questions that were not addressed during the day and in particular French specificities
  • ETW Workshop April 3rd 2019 Paris

    Invitation to EcoTransIT World Workshop 2019 Paris

    Meet the environmental challenges of your supply chain:
    Evaluate and mitigate your impacts!

    The EcoTransIT World Initiative invite you to participate in a day of presentations, testimonies and exchanges around this tool, industry initiatives and solutions to improve the evaluation of the environmental impact of your supply chain.

    The highlights of this day will be:
    Feedback from shippers and user testimonials
    An overview of EcoTransIT World and collaborative initiatives of the industry
    Meeting places to discuss with your peers and experts
    To close the day, a walking tour around the emblematic buildings of the Cité Universitaire Internationale.

    The event will mainly be hold in French with translation services in English.



    Invitation aux Rencontres EcoTransIT World 2019 Paris

    Relevez les défis environnementaux de votre supply chain:
    évaluez et réduisez vos impacts!

    Le EcoTransIT World Initiative vous invite à participer à une journée de présentation, de témoignages et d’échanges autour de cet outil, des initiatives du secteur et des solutions pour mieux évaluer et réduire les impacts environnementaux des supply chains.

    Les temps forts de cette journée seront :
    Des retours d’expérience de chargeurs et des témoignages d’utilisateurs
    Un tour d’horizon d’EcoTransIT World et des initiatives collaboratives du secteur
    Des points de rencontre pour échanger avec vos pairs et les experts
    Une visite de bâtiments emblématiques de la Cité Universitaire Internationale de Paris pour clôturer la journée.

    Programme de la journée | Inscription

    ETW first GLEC accredited tool

    Smart Freight Centre (SFC) accredited EcoTransIT World as first emission calculation tool to be compliant with the GLEC framework.

    Accreditation Statement ETW

    We are very proud to announce that EcoTransIT World is the first emission calculation tool which is accredited to be compliant with the global GLEC framework. The Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC) framework established by Smart Freight Centre (SFC) has been created to be the leading methodology for freight transports and logistics operations. It allows companies to consistently calculate their GHG footprint across the global multi-modal supply chain.

    As part of the accreditation statement SFC confirmed the ETW calculation to be in line with Well-to-Wheel GHG emissions according the the scopes of the GHG Protocol Corporate Value Chain Accounting and Reporting Standard.

    Especially the global geographic coverage together with the ability to calculate all modes of transports (Road, Rail, Air, Inland Waterways, Sea) and Logistics Sites underlines the comprehensive implementation of the GLEC framework. In addition ETW allows flexible integration of customer specific data to model transport and emissions as realistic as possible.

    This accreditation is a milestone and a confirmation of our continuous efforts to create and develop a state-of-the-art carbon and emission calculator for the whole global multi-modal supply chain.

    Methodology Update 2018

    Summertime has come again and with it our desire to spend more time outside and in nature. It is also the time that makes us think more about how to preserve nature. One part –and this is not a choice but a requirement- is to reduce the energy consumption and transport emissions. Because of the globalisation it is not only a question of reducing the quantity of transports but also to select an eco-friendly transport service.

    EcoTransIT World calculates the energy consumption and the emission of your freight transports. The updated methodology of our current release offers plenty of new calculation options. You can benefit from these adoptions now:

    New Differentiation of alternative fuel types within trucks
    Worldwide the vast majority of truck engines use diesel as fuel. Due to the potential emission reductions and lower fuel costs some fleet managers have recently invested into alternative fuels. In 2014, around 200,000 heavy or medium-heavy trucks in Europe and 350,000 heavy or medium-heavy trucks in China were using CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) or LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) according to the natural gas vehicle association. Electric trucks are even less common but have a growing importance. From now on, you can define whether the truck power is based on CNG, LNG, diesel or electric battery in EcoTransIT World. In some countries it will significantly impact the calculation results.

    ICAO allocation for belly planes
    Last year we started our cooperation with the Smart Freight Centre enabling us to integrate the GLEC recommended allocation method for belly freight. In contrast to EN 16258, the ICAO allocation also includes the weight of the seats for belly planes. Thus, the overall weight per passenger is higher and more accurate in comparison to the cargo. You can choose between these two models of calculation for your evaluation.

    New ECA consideration at sea freight transports
    We increased the level of detail within our sea network and included Emission Control Area (ECA) zones. On the basis of this information our emission calculator considers the appliance of maritime diesel oil (MDO) for fuel as long as the ship sails in an ECA. Outside of ECA, the emission of the ships is calculated based on heavy fuel oil (HFO).

    New emission classes for diesel trains
    Similar to diesel engines for trucks and inland waterway vessel transports, the exhaust emission performance of locomotive engines strongly depends on the emission class of the engine technology. In the past years, the UIC, the EU and US implemented emission limits for new engines in several stages, thus reducing specific emissions for newer engines. With the current release the user has the possibility to specify an emission class for diesel trains, similar to what is already available for truck and inland waterway vessel transports.

    Update of the emissions for EPA trucks (US) and new emission class JP
    Due to an update of our source (EPA) we updated the base emissions factors for our EPA trucks in North America. In addition, we included the new Japanese emission class.JP2009 is available in our list of emission classes.

    For more information please refer to our methodology report as well, which you can find here in a short and detailed version.

    Photo credit: Schwoaze/pixabay

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    A Smart Cooperation – MoU with SFC (GLEC)

    Smart Freight Centre (GLEC) and EcoTransIT World signed Memorandum of Understanding

    It is one of the biggest aims of EcoTransIT World (ETW) to align the emission calculations of our users while at the same time we also consider other initiatives for cooperation and knowledge exchange.

    SFC: GLEC FrameworkNow, we are pleased to announce our latest cooperation partner Smart Freight Centre (SFC) with whom we signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). SFC is a global non-profit organisation working to remove barriers to a more efficient and environmentally sustainable freight and logistics sector and which initiated the Global Logistics Emissions Council Framework (GLEC) as a voluntary partnership of companies, industry associations and green freight programs.

    Together, ETW and SFC aim to improve the calculation of emission footprints for freight transport with the intention of helping the sector to reduce its environmental impact. This cooperation will increase the efficiency of both organisations. ETW and SFC have cooperated for some time, particularly as many ETW users are involved in the implementation of the GLEC framework.

    With the MoU, we would like to enlarge and strengthen this cooperation. As a first step, SFC acknowledged that ETW’s interpretation of EN16258 can be used to calculate values as a substitute solution in the situation where actual measurements of carrier fuel consumption are not available. SFC acknowledged that ETW will go a step forward and offer an option for users to directly enter fuel and consignment data according to the preferred approach of the GLEC Framework if requested. Furthermore, the full inclusion of the Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG) methodology in the business solution as an option in ETW is an important development towards closer alignment across transport modes.

    In addition to GLEC based carrier data and factors, the generic approach of ETW is able to perfectly fill gaps based according to a strong, neutral and scientific methodology.

    Updated Methodology

    While you are wondering how to clean your transport, we are thinking of better possibilities that help you evaluate the pollution. This summer, it is time for some changes: We have updated the methodology, we modernised the GIS-data layer for postal codes and we enhanced the Business Solution, our service for professional users.

    You can benefit from these updates since July 2016:

    Update sea ship methodology
    The update was necessary to adapt to the huge changes that were made in the sea shipping industry within the last years. Additionally, we enlarged the selection of ship types and included the ship types RoRo oversea, RoRo short sea, Ultra large container vessel and two RoRo ferries. Due to the integration of bigger ship types, the update of the ship classification per trade lane and a slower speed on all trade lanes, the emissions could be decreased by up to eighty percent compared to the previous version.

    New inland waterway vessel methodology

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    New inland waterway vessel methodology
    You can benefit from a new inland waterway methodology that our scientific partners INFRAS and ifeu included. Based on the newest studies and sources, ETW classifies the inland waterway vessels into three types of ships (always as bulk and container carrier):
    –      Euro ship
    –      Great engine vessel
    –      Jowi class
    The new Jowi class ships have the lowest emission factors as they have the highest capacity. Overall, the emissions for inland waterway vessels should decrease due to the update.

    Update of the electricity mixes
    It is important to know the correct electricity mix for the calculation of the energy consumption and emission data. As it is different from country to country, we have decided to implement the national country electricity mixes. This is a big step towards more reliable and comparable calculation results. The year 2013 was used as the base for these values.

    Update of the exhaust emissions
    The update of the fuel conversion factors for the exhaust emissions, e.g. NOx, NMHC, Particles and SO2, was done on the basis of new factors, which are now more in line with the EN16258.

    New GIS-Data layer for Postal Codes
    We now provide more than 6,1 million postal codes and can therefore offer a much better world-wide coverage due to our new layer.

    Enhancements within the Business Solution

    Also the Business Solution were enriched with new enhancements, like new emission factors (year 2015) for sea container calculations with the methodology of the Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG). The new CCWG emission factors of the year 2015 decreasing the EC and GHG emissions in average by 5-10 percent.
    EcoTransIT World additional provides now a factor for operational surcharge of 15 percent, like it was required recently within the CCWG methodology.

    For more information regarding the new methodologies please refer our new methodology report, which can found now in a short and detailed version here.

    4th EWI Stakeholder Workshop 18th Nov Gothenburg

    On the 18th of November of 2015 the EcoTransIT Initiative invited to its 4th EcoTransIT World stakeholder workshop at Gothenburg in Sweden.

    About 40 participants from all parts of the sector – logistics companies, shippers, forwarders, air, ocean and land carriers, scientific and non-governmental organisations – attended the conference. Beside the presentation of the EcoTransIT World Initiative and its broadly used emission calculator EcoTransIT World, experts of different organizations discussed current industry driven initiatives such as GLEC (Global Logistics Emission Council) or CCWG (Clean Cargo Working Group) and the need of a harmonized calculation model.

    Among the speakers Alan McKinnon (Kuehne University) and Rachel Muncrief (Climate and Clean Air Coalition) gave an overview of developments in the transport industry which aim at emission reduction and significant contributions to climate protection.

    The afternoon break-out sessions allowed in-depth discussions on emission methodologies and tool requirements. The workshop participants, subject matter experts from the transport and environmental industry, created a lively atmosphere with interesting talks and contributions.

    PDF: Agenda of the workshop.

    Speakers’ Presentations:

    Keynote speaks
    Ralph Anthes: EcoTransIT World Initiative introduction
    Dr. Alan Lewis: Global harmonization of emission calculation
    Rachel Muncrief: The Global Green Freight Action Plan
    Prof. Alan McKinnon: External factors to facilitate companies to move to low carbon transports

    View from EcoTransIT World Users
    Joakim Stoppenbach: Greencarrier (Sweden)
    Cecile Bray/ Alexander Höglund: Geodis
    Michael Blake: Cloud Global Logistics (Australia)

    Workshop Sessions
    Ralph Anthes: ETW Business solution options
    Erika Sagert: Container shipping methodology (CCWG)


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    EWI and NTM into cooperation

    EcoTransIT World Initiative (EWI) and Network for Transport Measures (NTM) have entered into a cooperation to create synergies in their methodological expertise on carbon accounting in the transport industry.

    The top providers worldwide for transport emission calculation NTM (Network for Transport Measures) and EWI (EcoTransIT World Initiative) have entered into a cooperation with effect of August 12, 2014.

    By this step the two initiatives exchange their decades of expertise and help industry and standardization bodies (CEN/ISO) to agree on a globally accepted standard in transport emission calculation.

    “This new cooperation is a huge step forward for the benefit of the users of both approaches”, says EcoTransIT World tool provider Dr Alfons Radtke. As the tools play a leading role also because of their long-standing implementation and status in the market, synergies are to be expected.

    “Ever since our start we have had a focus to help and stimulate environmental improvements for various transport services. One of our initiatives has been to provide environmental performance assessment platforms and tools, aiming to simplify a common communicative language between shippers and transport service providers. By this cooperation we pursue further market alignment that is needed for real environmental improvement”, says Magnus Swahn, Management Director at NTM.

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    August 12, 2014

    Cooperation with System Alliance Europe

    The EcoTransIT World Initiative (EWI) has started a cooperation with System Alliance Europe (SAE) and its partners.

    Through the cooperation System Alliance Europe can not only offer its partners carbon dioxide calculation on the basis of individual calculation parameters for road transports. Also rail, air and sea shipments can be calculated reliably.

    For the requirements of every partner company of System Alliance Europe, a custom-made interface is provided. This way, a company database can efficiently be filled with all relevant information for the preparation of specific environmental statements, regional pollution and reports about emissions.

    ‘With our membership in the EWI we can optimize the calculation methods for environmental emissions. With this active collaboration we emphasize the importance of a sustainable transport.’ says Uwe Meyer, managing director of System Alliance Europe.

    Ralph Anthes, project manager at EWI: ‘With this cooperation we offer the partners of System Alliance Europe an opportunity to use the generally accepted calculation model according to DIN EN 16258 of EWI. Furthermore, we increase our degree of popularity through these new users as well as the acceptance of our results.‘

    The EcoTransIT Initiative is an independent industry driven platform for carriers, logistics service providers and shippers. The goal is the development and maintenance of a global tool and methodology for carbon foot printing and environmental impact assessments in the transport sector. EWI also aims at cooperating with research institutes, nongovernmental organizations and other logistics sector initiatives.

    3rd EcoTransIT Stakeholder Workshop in Paris

    Le 3ème forum EcotransIT World s’est tenu mercredi 3 avril à Paris au siège de SNCF. Au cours de cette matinée, des experts, des membres de l’initiative EcoTransIT World et des utilisateurs de l’outil de calcul se sont exprimés afin de rappeler les enjeux carbone du transport de marchandises et de partager les atouts et les fonctionnalités de la solution EcoTransIT World. En guise de contexte: The third EcoTransIT World Forum was held on Wednesday 3 April in Paris. Over the course of the morning event, experts, members of the EcoTransIT initiative and users of the calculaton tool spoke to remind carbon freight issues and share the benefits and features of EcoTransIT World solution.The background:
    Jean-Michel Genestier, Directeur général adjoint SNCF GEODIS, Directeur de l’offre Intermodale, Transport Combiné et Autoroutes Ferroviaires a rappelé la genèse d’EcoTransIT et l’engagement permanent de SNCF-Geodis en faveur du développement durable et d’un transport plus respectueux de l’environnement, Jean Michel Genestier, SNCF Geodis Deputy Chief Executive, Intermodal, Combined and Rail motorway Chief Strategy, reminded the EcoTransIT history and continuous involvement of SNCF Geodis for sustainable development and eco-friendly logistic solutions.
    Hélène Le Teno, du cabinet Carbone 4 a rappelé les enjeux de la maîtrise des émissions de CO2 dans le secteur du transport, qui représente environ un quart des émissions mondiales, dont 10% pour le transport de marchandises, Hélène Le Teno, Carbon 4 Consultancy, pointed out the challenges of controlling CO2 emissions in the transport sectorm which accounts for about a quarter of gloabal emissions and 10% for freight only.
    Pascal Chambon, directeur général des transports du Ministère de l’Ecologie, du Développement Durable et de l’Energie a ensuite exposé l’ambition et le périmètre de la loi française qui rend obligatoire à compter du 1er octobre 2013 l’information CO2 sur les prestations de transport. Pascal Chambon, Director General at Transport of the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy services as from October 1, 2012.
    Les attentes des chargeurs ont été exprimées à travers le témoignage de Jean Oberlé, Global Supply Chain, VP Transport de Schneider Electric. Expectations of shippers were addressed by Jean Oberlé, Global Supply Chain, VP Transportat Schneider Electric.
    Les représentants de l’initiative qui a conçu et développé EcotransIT World, ont ensuite présenté l’outil et ses applications opérationnelles concrètes, la valeur ajoutée qu’il représente et les réponses qu’il apporte aux transporteurs multimodaux. Representatives of EcoTransIT World Initiative which design and developed the tool presented its real-life operational applications, the value-added and solutions it provides to multie-modal transport comapanies.
    Alexandre Vallès d’itnovem, a présenté les atouts de l’outil et les différentes façons de l’utiliser, Alexandre Vallès, from itnovem, presented the methodology and different ways to use the tool,
    Claire Gentil, responsable du développement durable de Fret SNCF, Claire Gentil, head of sustainable development at Fret SNCF,
    Erika Sagert, directrice du développement durable de Hapag-Lloyd et Erika Sagert, Manager of Sustainability Management at Hapag-Lloyd,
    Geneviève Bedin, directrice RSE de Geodis, sont également apporté leur témoignage en tant qu’utilisatrices de la solution EcoTransIT World. Geneviève Bedin, CSR director at Geodis, gave feedbacks from their experiences as EcoTransIT World users.
    La matinée fut conclue par Jérôme Orsel, Responsable développement durable de Schenker France. The morning came to an end with a talk by Jérôme Orsel, head of sustainable development at the DB Schenker group.


    Press Release

    PR: Information on 3nd Stakeholder EcotransIT Workshop


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