Historic Agreement at UN Climate Conference COP28 for Sustainable Supply Chain

Siemens, Querétaro Government, and ESTAINIUM Association Forge Historic Agreement at UN Climate Conference COP28 for Sustainable Supply Chain

In a groundbreaking move during the recent UN Climate Conference COP28, Siemens, in collaboration with the Government of Querétaro and ESTAINIUM Association, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to advance the sustainability of the company's supply chain. The signing ceremony took place as a testament to collective efforts in addressing environmental challenges and fostering sustainable practices.

Siemens, renowned for its commitment to technological innovation, will introduce its cutting-edge SiGREEN technology in Querétaro. This initiative aims to empower businesses in the region to measure emissions throughout their entire value chain, enabling them to manage the carbon footprint of their products efficiently. By utilizing Siemens' technology, companies in Querétaro will take significant strides towards making their operations more eco-friendly and sustainable, aligning with global efforts to combat climate change.

A significant aspect of this historic agreement is that Querétaro will become the first state in the world to implement Siemens' technology to benefit its key economic sectors. This milestone underscores the region's dedication to embracing innovative solutions for a more sustainable future.

This collaboration emphasizes Siemens' and ESTAINIUM Association's shared commitment to fostering ecosystems of collaboration. The partnership signifies a realization of the proverb "In unity, there is strength," with a collective determination to make a positive impact on the environment and promote sustainable business practices.

Special thanks are extended to Governor Mauricio Kuri González, Marco A. Del Prete, and Gunter Dr. Beitinger for their collaborative efforts in harnessing collective strength for a more sustainable and greener future. This agreement marks a significant step forward in the global movement towards sustainable development, showcasing the power of cooperation in building a better tomorrow.

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