Battery Conference 2020: Speaker: Douglas Johnson-Poensgen, CEO and Co-Founder – Circulor Ltd

Traceability in the Battery Supply Chain

New technologies are enabling car manufacturers to have real traceability of critical raw materials in their battery supply chain, in order for them to demonstrate responsible sourcing as well as measure the embedded carbon throughout their supply chain processes.

Circulor was founded in 2017 to enable supply chain transparency.

Our Traceability-as-a-Service solution provides a cost-effective way for businesses to fully analyse, track and manage their supply chains to drive and prove responsible sourcing and recycling.

Companies face increasing pressure to ensure that their products are sourced sustainably and ethically, and that they minimise waste and carbon emissions. The following have been crucial drivers:

CONSUMER DEMAND growing awareness and concerns about the climate crisis and human rights issues affect consumer spending
LEGISLATION increasing demands for compliance (eg. UN Sustainable Development Goals; upcoming German Supply Chain Law; EU conflict mineral regulation)
COMPETITION demonstrable proof is the new benchmark for trust

Join Douglas Johnson-Poensgen as he illustrates how manufacturers have been using Circulor, with case study examples from our work with Daimler, Volvo and others.

About the speaker:

Douglas Johnson-Poensgen founded Circulor in 2017.

He brings 25 years of international experience as an executive and non-executive director, from operating in TMT, financial services, IT and management consultancy sectors, to his role as CEO. His leadership experience spans roles in large corporates (Barclays, BT, Serco, AIMIA), scale-ups (Cadence, ISD) and start-ups (Circulor, Snapdragon). He has broad functional experience with consistent themes being innovation (both new products and driving transformation), delivering growth and regulation.

Twitter: @dougj_p

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12.10.2020   |  

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