Supply Chain Decarbonization

Reducing carbon emissions in an ever-evolving supply chain landscape can be a multifaceted challenge. Achieve carbon reduction targets, ensure compliance with environmental regulations and contribute to a sustainable future with the AIO Supply Chain Command Center (AIO SCCC).
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What Are the Multi-Faceted Challenges in Decarbonizing the Supply Chain?

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Increasing stringency of compliance regulations

The European Union's proactive approach in transitioning to a low-carbon economy poses challenges for businesses as they navigate varying standards, evolving compliance, and regional complexities.
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Rising Emissions Trading certificates costs

The rising demand for emissions trading certificates necessitates additional expenses for companies to reduce their carbon footprint through investments in cleaner technologies, energy efficiency, and sustainability practices.
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Difficulty aligning stakeholders for decarbonization efforts

Convincing and aligning stakeholders for decarbonization is challenging when trust, collaboration, buy-in, and incentives are lacking, hindering the transition to sustainable and low-carbon supply chains.
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Limited transparency on the corporate carbon footprint

Lack of visibility, limited data availability, and inconsistent reporting practices among global suppliers complicate decarbonization efforts, hindering effective measurement and target setting for emissions reduction.

Trace & Reduce Carbon Emissions Along Your Supply Chain with the AIO SCCC

The AIO SCCC empowers you to evaluate your carbon emissions, decrease your supply chain's carbon footprint, and forecast future emissions. Implement effective carbon reduction strategies to achieve your sustainability goals.
Enhanced sustainability reporting

Enhanced sustainability reporting

Streamline the collection and documentation of carbon-related data using standardized methods. Support sustainability reporting processes by enabling visibility across the 3 Emission Scopes with powerful carbon footprint dashboards and TÜV Rheinland certified methodology in accordance with the GHG Protocol.

Predict emission scenarios

Predict emission scenarios

Leverage algorithms to compare and simulate future emissions scenarios in the supply chain. Gain invaluable insights to reduce emissions along the supply chain with automatically generated case-specific findings.

Gain AI-powered recommendations

Gain AI-powered recommendations

Gain actionable recommendations that outline your decarbonization potential and are aligned with the science-based targets (SBTs) initiative to meet your carbon emission reduction goals.

Track progress and compliance for sustainability

Track progress and compliance for sustainability

Effectively steer decarbonization efforts and monitor GHG reduction progress in line with regulations. Provide reliable evidence for sustainability reports and audits.

Why Businesses Trust aioneers for Supply Chain Sustainability

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Identify carbon emission hotspots along the end-to-end supply chain.
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Reduce legal and reputational risks by complying with carbon legislation, such as CSRD.
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Determine Scope 3 decarbonization levers & reduce supply chain carbon emissions.
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Report on Carbon Conversion Factors (CCF) using international GHG accounting standards.

aioneers Helps a 170-Year-Old Precision Mechanical Engineering Company Achieve Its Sustainability Goals

With a long tradition of over 170 years, the company is a technological leader in the global printing industry and caters to the packaging and advertising printing markets. The company believes that sustainability is crucial to the success of their long-term business goals and their ecological and social responsibility. With the implementation of the AIO SCCC the company was able to identify the potential for improvement in their climate strategy, implement measures and directly see the generated impact.


  • The lack of visibility and measurement of scope 3 emissions.
  • Measuring of scope 1 & 2 emissions limited to once per year.
  • Manual and error-prone mode of data entry and calculations.
  • Absence of specific initiatives directly aligned with CO2 reduction targets.


  • Measurement of greenhouse gas emissions according to the GHG Protocol.
  • Monitoring of electricity, gas, district heating, oil, diesel, liquid gas, and gasoline consumption.
  • Creation of comprehensive consumption-based dashboards based on existing energy systems and monthly audits.
  • Identification of improvement potential aligned with climate strategy goals and site potential analysis.
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Enhanced carbon footprint visibility
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Improved measurement of emissions
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High-accuracy automated data entry
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Sustainable practices for climate strategy goals
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