Packaging & Transport

Managing impacts from transporting and packaging products.

How is this calculated?


History

Level 1: Build a foundation and set ambitions

WE Fashion has a comprehensive strategy to reduce the impacts of its packaging and transport. The brand has allocated resources to manage these impacts and has a process to review progress against commitments. The brand accurately monitors and measures its impacts per transport mode. There is an opportunity for the brand to maintain a sustainable material packaging policy, resulting in a level 1 score of 72%.

Level 2: Make steady progress

WE Fashion has set SMART targets for packaging and transport and long term targets for its footprint reduction by 2025. The brand has ensured a senior manager is responsible for managing environmental impacts of both packaging and transport. There is an opportunity for the brand to quantitatively measure the percentage of more sustainable product and transport packaging used. Furthermore, the brand could implement environmental impact reduction activities relevant to the transport of its products. These activities have resulted in a level 2 score of 49%.

Level 3: Adopt best practice

WE Fashion has demonstrated some best practice in engaging consumers to minimise the environmental impact of packaging and maintains a packaging restricted substance list (pRSL). There is an opportunity for the brand to investigate innovative approaches to packaging. The brand could further incentivise its internal team to meet packaging and transport targets and develop a clear remediation process for any targets missed. These activities have resulted in a level 3 score of 25%.


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