Sustainable Supply Chain
Beyond complying with the latest legislation, organizations must enhance visibility of their indirect environmental and social impacts through improved traceability, working with supply chain partners to consider how their operations are affecting local communities and economies. We help our clients establish long-term collaborative engagement with critical value chain partners to establish traceability systems, reduce ESG risk, secure supply, and build a more resilient business.
Understanding the level of ESG compliance and performance across the whole supply chain – including first-, second- and third-tier suppliers, logistics service providers, infrastructure operators or others – is challenging. Stronger ESG performance will potentially give your organization a competitive edge.
Our team is there to support you designing sustainable supply chain strategy from mapping out the ESG risks that your supply chain might be facing to designing strategic implementation roadmaps to achieve your decarbonization targets and long-term goals.
Supply-chain ESG risk assessment helps an organization to:
- Identify the most critical risks of their supply chain – based on that, decide on the relevant mitigation actions
- Allocate the risk management resources optimally – resulting to opportunities in terms of optimization of your supply chain
- Product and service innovation – providing a competitive advantage
- Resource and energy efficiency – ensuring operations are effectively utilized