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Sesé receives the Alcance 3.0 Award for the best collaboration and strategic alliance in the field of sustainability

Sesé receives the Alcance 3.0 Award for the best collaboration and strategic alliance in the field of sustainability

  • The award is in recognition of Sesé’s comprehensive supply chain decarbonisation project through strategic alliances and collaborations
  • The 1st Edition of these awards organised by the CPOnet Group brought together more than 300 guests at the Real Fábrica de Tapices, and was attended by the Minister of Industry and Tourism Jordi Hereu

CPOnet Group awards Sesé the Alcance 3.0 prize for the best collaboration and strategic alliance in sustainability. A recognition of the company’s commitment to the global decarbonisation of the supply chain through strategic alliances and collaborations with private and public partners to jointly address Scope 3 emissions.

Sesé has a sustainability plan that covers all stages of the supply chain, with a special focus on those projects with the greatest scope for reducing the carbon footprint. With the aim of amplifying the scope and improving the efficiency and sustainability of all its processes, the company promotes its decarbonisation projects in collaboration with customers, suppliers, public administration, knowledge centres, NGOs and other strategic partners.

Sergio Treviño, CEO of Sesé, received the award at an event held at the Real Fábrica de Tapices where, in addition to Sese, BBVA, Ferrovial, Caixa Bank, Saint-Gobain, Cosentino, Gestamp, AENA, Iberdrola, Bankinter, Enagas, LG, Antolín and EDP also received the award, as well as an honorary award given to Antonio Garamendi, Chairman of the CEOE. The jury for these awards comprised top executives from companies, media and business schools.

Transforming the supply chain of the future
Sesé aims to take an active part in the transformation of the supply chain through sustainability and digitalisation as levers to ensure efficiency. Within this framework, the company has a comprehensive and cross-cutting plan of measures and initiatives aimed at reducing the carbon footprint of its processes and making them more efficient.

Specifically, its lead in terms of the implementation in Spain of modular vehicles (duotrailers), as well as in the use of renewable fuel for the road transport of goods have in our country made a difference in the sector. In both cases, the company has collected data, statistics and operational experience with the aim of promoting the creation of green corridors in Europe for freight transport.

Boosting renewable fuels
Last month, Sesé and Repsol reached the largest renewable fuel supply agreement in Spain for the supply of eight million litres over the next two years. The agreement reached represents an estimated reduction of 18,000 tonnes of CO2 – by reducing CO2 emissions by up to 90% – compared to the mineral fuel it replaces, due to the lower carbon intensity of the renewable fuel.

In addition, the company chairs the CRECEMOS association, which aims to promote the circular economy in Spain and the use of renewable fuels as an already available and complementary option to decarbonise all transport segments: land, air and sea.