Trelynd Bradley serves as the Deputy Director for Sustainable Freight and Supply Chain at the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz). He works to support the goods movement sector through collaboration and partnership with public and private leaders that drive California’s supply chain's successes. Additionally, Tre provides tailored consultation to corporate executives, local agencies, industry associations and entrepreneurs on establishing new supply chains, planning for infrastructure, navigating incentives, and ensuring success in California.
At Einride Mesh, Tre will be part of a panel together with Sven Wallisch to discuss how electrification can be an effective tool in improving life in urban environments and how governments can leverage sustainable freight to boost the local economy, increase air quality and reduce noise pollution.
What do you see as one of the most important trends for 2023?
The beginning of a new paradigm in utilizing data in decision-making with respect to the supply chain, freight, and goods movement. And the guaranteed shift to zero-emission.
What does "Make intelligent moves" mean to you?
Decision-making in the supply chain that incorporates all factors that we should now consider - which includes sustainability, community alignment, data utilization, and long-term resiliency.
How can the public sector help advance solutions for resilient freight?
The public sector can advance solutions by building constructive public-private partnerships that align the capital stack for resilient projects. The public sector can also create the framework to accelerate those projects necessary to achieve our long-term goals, whether that is climate change, workforce development, or the overall supply chain ecosystem.