Towards carbon-neutral logistics

For logistics, the Group undertakes to transport less, better and in a different way. Michelin therefore aims to reduce CO₂ emissions from logistics by 15% by 2030, compared to 2018. It is also progressively developing alternative methods of transport, such as battery- and hydrogen powered electric vehicles and even sail-powered cargo ships. For example, the Group announced an initial partnership with Neoline, a ship-owner operating sail-powered vessels, for carbon-neutral transport on the Halifax-Saint-Nazaire route.

Verbatim PM Huet

"We are committed to this short-circuit vision that allows for transporting less material and thus reducing our environmental footprint.

Pierre-Martin Huet, Senior Vice President Global Supply Chain at Michelin



Towards carbon-neutral logistics

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The tires of the future will be 100% sustainable, throughout their entire life cycle:

  • Design: tires composed of 100% bio-sourced or recycled materials by 2050 and 40% by 2030.
  • Manufacture: net zero COemission production plants by 2050.
  • Logistics: transporting less and better and developing alternative means of transport.
  • Use: low rolling resistance, long-term performance, lessening tire wear particles and connected tires.
  • End-of-life and recycling: making today’s waste into the resources of tomorrow for tires and beyond. Michelin and Bridgestone call for structure to be given to the segment.

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