Tracks announces partnership with project44

Partnership will add Tracks GLEC-accredited measurements of transportation emissions to project44’s supply chain visibility platform.

Tracks announces partnership with project44

European-based transportation emissions calculation provider Tracks announced a partnership with supply chain visibility giant project44. Both parties say the partnership will help organizations achieve greener supply chains and meet carbon reduction goals via the combination of Tracks’ carbon visibility competence and project44’s supply chain visibility platform.

As part of the deal, project44 will provide its customers with emissions visibility and reporting in their Visibility Operations Center, with additional solutions to follow, including emissions-based tendering.

“We have spent four years developing an emissions tracking technology that responds to the needs of the transportation industry. Our partnership with project44 will help us to take our accurate emissions management solutions to market on a broader scale, enabling organizations around the world to better measure, manage and mitigate their carbon emissions,” said Jakob Muus, Founder and CEO of Tracks.

According to project44, the partnership is the “next step in helping companies across all industries to navigate today’s increasingly complex supply chains and meet their emissions reduction goals.” The Chicago-based company believes the deal means customers will have access to “highly accurate insights” and “granular visibility” of their transportation emissions.

“Up to 60% of a company’s global emissions are supply chain related. Unfortunately, inaccurate and hard-to-obtain data makes measuring transportation emissions a challenge,” said Christian Piller, VP Research and Sustainability at project44. “The sustainability solution from project44 will provide our customers with the most accurate CO2-measuring on the market and help them reduce their CO2 Emissions. The partnership with Tracks combines our leadership in transportation data with their leadership in emissions calculation.”

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