Regulators, customers and investors are exerting growing pressure on businesses to manage their value chains in a sustainable way, addressing issues around resource use, waste and social impacts.
Ensuring transparency about your own supply chain, leveraging digital solutions to increase efficiency and minimising detrimental effects on the environment and our fellow man – no easy feat in a global economy with complex value chains. Our supply chain management and sustainability experts can help you overcome these hurdles – from developing strategies to designing processes through to implementing organisational and digital structures.
Consumers are increasingly demanding "clean products" – this makes trust a critical factor for a brand's success.
Investors and analysts are increasingly taking into account social and ecological risks in their valuations.
The focus of regulatory developments is shifting to corporate due diligence.
Key stakeholder groups such as customers, employees, investors and business partners demand that companies be able to provide information at a moment's notice on how they ensure that minimum social and ecological standards are met in their own production facilities and by their suppliers. Transparency is key to a sustainable supply chain.
Companies need to take on a number of challenges on their quest for a sustainable supply chain. However, their effort is rewarded in many respects:
Our sustainable supply chain experts can help you implement your requirements. We will work with you to develop a company-specific strategy for analysing potential ecological and social risks, as well as the relevant management systems. In doing so, we will develop bespoke strategies for your supply chain and help you to implement them into your organisation, processes and digital presence.
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