What working with Emitwise looks like
With some of the most complex supply chains in the world, we help manufacturers find confidence in their carbon management. We work with a variety of sectors, including:
- Fashion and Textiles
Here some of our customers share their experiences of managing their emissions with the support of Emitwise, and the surprising business benefits that taking control of carbon has had.
What our customers say about us
“We chose Emitwise as our carbon tracking, visualization and reporting solution because they pair data tracking automation with experienced carbon accountants.
They’ve taken on the essential, and time-consuming tasks of measurement, reporting and verification while we focus on mitigation and adaptation efforts.
We can be confident that we’ll receive an accurate and timely carbon footprint each quarter.”
– Jonathan Reinbold, Sustainability Director at Thomas Foods USA
“We partnered with Emitwise, a leading software platform for running a world-class climate program, to measure our carbon footprint so we know exactly which parts of our business emit greenhouse gases.
Now we have the data and insights to build a net-zero emissions plan for our business operations.”
– Jennifer Wong, Head of Sustainability at Convoy
We work hard to deliver the best product and carbon accounting expertise for our customers so that they can take ambitious climate action.
Three reasons to manage carbon
“Prior to Emitwise, we had virtually zero visibility into our carbon footprint or impact. Now we have the ability to measure exactly where our biggest hotspots are, we’re able to make the changes that have the greatest impact.”
“Emitwise is our single source of truth that shows our executive board, investors, and other stakeholders that we take cutting our emissions seriously. Working with the best solution out there gives us this credibility in these conversations.”
“Emitwise is winning us work when it comes to bidding and tendering processes. Setting sustainability targets used to be a nice-to-have, but now it’s a mandatory requirement to get through the final stages of winning big contracts.”