Zeus hires Cambridge sustainability expert
Zeus is to take on Christopher de Saxe, currently senior research associate at the Centre for Sustainable Road Freight, University of Cambridge, to further develop Zeus’s plans to provide true sustainable freight.
De Saxe will be Zeus’s first head of sustainability charged with designing commercial pilot programmes with electric HGVs and alternative fuels, pushing forward Zeus’s own net zero strategy, and represent the company on the Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC) and Sustainable Freight Buyers Alliance, both of which Zeus is a member.
The start-up has launched its new low-carbon multimodal solution this year as it expands into the European rail transport sector, using proprietary Zeus technology combined with green intermodal options to help major manufacturers reduce carbon emissions by up to 70%. (cj)