Usyncro, the open and independent solution that digitalises global trade logistics through blockchain technology and artificial intelligence, joins the “Goods to Rail” campaign.

Its adhesion to the initiative led by Transfesa Logistics shows its commitment to the decarbonisation of the transport sector, moving towards sustainable mobility and promoting rail as a key means of transport in the fight against climate change.

“At Usyncro, we are convinced that collaboration is the key to achieving more efficient supply chain management. We join this initiative with the firm conviction that the railway must be another player in the multimodal strategy towards a more sustainable transport”, says Cristina Martín Lorenzo, CEO of Usyncro.

With this adhesion, “Mercancías al Tren” takes a new step in its ambitious mission to achieve a decarbonised transport sector committed to the environment.

The aim of the campaign is to reduce road traffic, protect the environment and reduce CO2 emissions, with rail freight as a key ally. The same transport by rail emits 80% less CO2, replaces up to 52 lorries – which means less congestion on motorways and roads – and reduces external costs by up to 50%. 

Spain has had a 4% share of rail freight transport for 15 years. To break this average and halve the sector’s CO2 emissions by 2030, this campaign is looking for allies to raise awareness among public institutions, companies, organisations fighting climate change and society in general of the importance of increasing this share.