The Logistics Awards 2019 Environmental category judge - Justin Moore, CitySprint

March 26, 2019 by David Tran
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The Logistics Awards 2019 Environmental category judge - Justin Moore, CitySprint

Justin Moore, Chief Sales Officer, CitySprint is to be the lead judge for the Environmental award category for The Logistics Awards 2019.

Justin is responsible for all areas of new business and business development. He is the driving force behind improved sales revenues and has built a multi-talented team of professionals responsible for achieving growth in a rapidly evolving industry. Justin is committed to developing smart, sustainable and scalable solutions that meet the delivery needs of CitySprint’s customers.

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Do you feel, as an industry, we are committed to a responsible environmental agenda?

Yes, generally the industry is committed to a responsible environmental agenda but more needs to be done by all parties to ensure our visions and goals become a reality. As an industry we are benefitting from the unprecedented growth of e-commerce – this growth has no signs of slowing so it’s imperative that together, we make a commitment to reduce its impact along every step of the supply chain. Reducing vehicle emissions is a key challenge and the increased availability of low emission vehicles will support this, so long as these vehicles are cost effective and infrastructure exists to support this.

Technological advancements, such as harnessing the power of data through machine learning, allows the industry to predict patterns and optimally use resources, once again reducing emissions and waste. In summary, yes, we are all committed to a greener future but ultimately results don’t come from commitment, they come from action.

Entries have now opened for this year's The Logistics Awards, to be held at the Vox, Resort's World Birmingham on Thursday 26th September, in conjunction with the International Materials Handling Exhibition - IMHX 2019 (September 24-27, NEC Birmingham). Some 13 award categories are eligible for entry, including Environmental - submit your logistics project, consisting of a 50-word project followed by an up to 1,000 word write-up here by Friday 10th May.


The Logistics Awards 2019 will like to thank the following partners:

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