The first volume of our T&L 2030 series entitled "How will supply chains evolve in an energy-constrained, low-carbon world?" provides a global perspective on the ramifications of energy scarcity and how it is set to reshape the industry. The report draws upon the results of a RealTime Delphi survey among 48 panellists from 20 countries as well as the insights of PwC specialists from around the world. The survey was conducted by PwC in cooperation with the Supply Chain Management Institute of the European Business School. Energy scarcity, consumer behaviour, transport modes and future supply chains represent discrete aspects of how the future may evolve in T&L, each of which is likely to impact the others.
Here are some of the key findings that should inform decision-making in the T&L industry until 2030:
Our publication also includes interviews from two of the sector's top CEOs, which suggest some of the ways today's executives are already thinking about increasing sustainability to prepare for the future. Both interviews highlight the importance of the role of collaboration, be it with governments, or with customers, to achieve environmental goals.
Dr. Peter Kauschke
T&L 2030 Programme director
Tel: +49 211 981-2167