Mar 21, 2024

Are we fully aware and ready to reach 45% emissions reductions in HDVs by 2030? Implications for freight and logistics

Thursday, March 7th, 2024

Why this webinar

The revision of the regulation strengthening the European emission reduction standards for heavy-duty vehicles (buses, trucks and trailers) is in its final steps. The formal adoption by the Parliament and the Council will be followed by publication in the Official Journal. The regulation will enter into force 20 days after publication in the Official Journal and apply from 1 July 2025.

Heavy-duty vehicles are responsible for more than 25% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from road transport in the EU and account for over 6% of total EU GHG emissions. The new emissions targets will be a reduction of -45% for the period of 2030-2034, 70% for 2035-2039 and 90% as of 2040.

In this webinar relevant associations, shippers and logistic companies will share their opinion on the content, scope, and feasibility of the new standards and share their views on a roadmap to successfully and affordably achieve the targets.


  • Introduction – Fernando Liesa, Secretary General ALICE. (Download Presentation)
  • Panel session with relevant stakeholders, moderated by Andrea Condotta, Sustainability & innovation director Gruber Logistics, TG1 Chair ALICE.
    • Matteo Codognotto, Supply Chain Director at Codognotto
    • Frank Kressmann, Director Product Supply Transportation Sustainability at Procter & Gamble
    • Carlo Giro, Manager Goods Transport at IRU
    • Felipe Rodriguez, Heavy-Duty Vehicles Program Director and Europe Deputy Managing Director at ICCT
  • Audience interaction
  • Closing statement and main reflections – Andrea Condotta, Sustainability & innovation director Gruber Logistics, TG1 Chair ALICE.


Recordings from the webinar are available exclusively for ALICE Members through  the ALICE Knowledge Platform; please access them via the following link


ZEFES is funded by the European Union under grant agreement number 101095856. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

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