On request from our members the Institute researches technologies that they feel will have a direct positive impact within the supply chain. In all programmes we focus on the application of the technology rather than the technology itself.
Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Logistics, Retail, Road Transport, Air Cargo, Universities, Finance, Security, Pharmaceutical, IT, Manufacturing, Consultants, Maritime, Rail, Government, Legal, Telecommunications.
Membership is by invitation only in order to maintain a balance between the industries and also suppliers and users. The countries the Institute has active membership in are:
France, UK, Ireland, Austria, Finland, Switzerland, Spain, Greece, Germany, The Netherlands Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Portugal, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Slovakia, Estonia, Romania.
Any member who requires a local partner or supplier within any of these countries can request the information from the Institute who through our preferred supplier programme will recommend contacts to them.
Regulations & Transport Policy
Dublin Ireland 17/04/2012. Green Lojistik Danışmanlık, a leading Green Logistics Consultancy in Turkey has been appointed by the Supply Chain Carbon Council as their exclusive agent for providing Accreditation to Turkish companies recognising their Sustainability achievements.Read more...
The Supply Chain Carbon Council bestows its product lifecycle analysis software Accreditation to IFU Hamburg for its Tool “Umberto for LCA"Read more...
Waldemar Winckel Collaborates with Carbon Council
Established in 2007, The Supply Chain Carbon Council works in partnership with global innovators from the technology and strategic advice sectors to tackle the issues surrounding carbon emissions management and reduction.Read more...
ISRetail, a leading supply chain software, warehouse management and RFID system solution and data management provider has just joined the work of the European Supply Chain Institute (ESCI) ‘Supply Chain Carbon Council’