„Lean & Green: First Mover COOP Switzerland” – DBRT Basel

What is the “Lean & Green Initiative”




Apero - 11.30 hrs, presentation and 3-course lunch from 12 – 14 hrs - Radisson Blu, Steinentorstrasse 25, 4051 Basel



CHF 60

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The organizing committee of the Dutch Business Round Table in Basel kindly invites you to our upcoming business lunch on Thursday June 13th, and introduces our next two keynote speakers:

Beat Hirschi – Head of the Logistics Department of the COOP Group Jonas Batt – GS1 Switzerland Industry Engagement Manager Consumer Goods/Retail

Title: „Lean & Green: First Mover COOP Switzerland”

What is the “Lean & Green Initiative”

The Lean & Green initiative was launched in Holland in 2008 on behalf of the government and has now established itself in 12 European countries and more than 500 participating companies. The Dutch Government is actively supporting the further expansion of this initiative in Europe.

One of the strengths of the initiative, in addition to the uniform approach to CO2 measurement and reduction, is also the ongoing development by the participants. Today, up to 5 Lean & Green stars can be reached, and a European label for international companies is also available.

In 2018 COOP and Lidl were the first receivers of this ecological Award in Switzerland from the GS1 Organisation. Beat Hirschi of COOP and Jonas Batt of GS1 Switzerland will explain why.

Please confirm your attendance only by email latest by Monday June 10th to Pieter van den Bold.

Registration Fee for the event is CHF 60 to be paid in cash at the entrance. Please be aware that a no-show fee will have to be charged. Feel free to share this invitation within your business network with any interested party. They are most welcome to join!

We look forward to welcome you all on the 13th of June for this exciting and informative event.

About Beat Hirschi: Beat Hirschi is Head of the Logistics Department of the COOP Group, responsible for international and national transport, customs, projects and e-commerce topics within Coop. Since January 2019 he is also responsible for the sustainability issues around logistics. His background is a business education with a Master in International Logistics / SCM.

About Jonas Batt: After his basic apprenticeship in Loeb Department Store Bern he was responsible in Marketing and Procurement at Sony for 7 years. Later on he did his bachelors and masters degree in general management at the School for Applied Sciences in Bern and joined in 2012 GS1 Switzerland. At GS1 Jonas is currently taking care of the whole portfolio and development of Services (Events, Education, Development, Standards, Solutions) GS1 is offering in Switzerland to its members in Consumer Goods and Retail as Industry Engagement Manager Consumer Goods / Retail.