According to KPMG’s Survey of Sustainability Reporting, “The Time Has Come.”, 80% of the top 5,200 companies now report on sustainability.
More and more companies are dedicating themselves to environmental impact, level of carbon emissions, and waste management across their supply chains. Operating a global business involves orchestrating numerous processes that drive up the consumption of energy, natural resources, and the creation of waste. This is why it’s important for companies to examine each stage of their supply chain to consider efficiencies that should be implemented to reduce environmental impact.
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency recent research;
Supply chains are too complex to generalize and each business has unique supply chain needs. However, we analyzed the best practices based on the experience of top global companies from various industries to indicate the most efficient ways to improve supply chain sustainability.
As you can see, there are a number of ways to reduce your supply chain’s footprint ranging from how you manage suppliers and shipping to what materials you use in packaging.
Companies involved in the production, distribution, and transportation of goods can make a difference. For example, by leveraging TransVoyant’s advanced technologies, our customers are measuring, analyzing, and optimizing their supply chain’s environmental impact. Click here if you’d like to learn more.