Net-zero goal

As we transition to a digital and green future, the UK manufacturing sector has a vital role to play in the move to a net-zero carbon economy. Firstly we look at the stats. Did you know that currently, the manufacturing sector is one of the largest greenhouse gas (GHG) emitters in the UK? It accounts for 21% of emissions, and the sector itself is responsible for 13% of total UK GHG emissions.

So how can we support manufacturers who are seeking the right skills to transition towards a digital and green economy?

Make UK Report 

A whitepaper published by Make UK, in association with Sage, looks at how the sector seeks to access the skills to transition towards a digital and green economy. The paper goes into detail to explain how you can take steps to tackle the climate crisis, and aim to meet the goal to reduce carbon emissions by 50% by 2030. It includes the green skills needed for the effective amalgamation of environmentally conscious knowledge. And, you can also uncover what strategies to adopt to support a sustainable and resource-efficient manufacturing sector.

Read the whitepaper

Why is it the perfect time to read this? Well, with net-zero awareness now widespread and climate commitments the norm, it is now time to focus our efforts on building these green skills. This co-insides in the same way in which manufacturers have done so through the acquisition of digital skills.

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At CPiO we offer Sage X3 and Sage 200 software that helps you to not only extract value but also help to reduce complexities. As well as improving your operational efficiencies. So this results in your business being able to focus on sustainability.

Take a look at our customer case studies to see how we’ve helped deliver innovative products, processes, and services. 

Contact us to see how far your manufacturing business can transform, adapt and grow.