Thursday, June 7, 2012

Digging In: The Nuts and Bolts of Supply Chain Sustainability (White Paper)

While companies all over the world have successfully implemented a variety of strategies to improve their supply chain sustainability, this new whitepaper from Enivance focuses on some initial first steps that can be taken to start “digging in” – moving organizations past inertia and into action. The following paper covers some pertinent success stories and tips for how improvements can be achieved. Companies know that reducing the environmental impact of their supply chains saves their organization money, costs and resources, not to mention being good for the planet! But getting there can be an overwhelming and seemingly impossible challenge to many organizations. This new white paper covers the initial steps that can be taken to start digging in and jump start your organization towards supply chain sustainability.

Learn more about success stories and tips for how improvements can be achieved. The benefits of this white paper include:
  • Involving different stakeholders in the process 
  • Valuable partnerships that ensure program success 
  • Operational changes that can increase supply chain efficiency 
To download this whitepaper click here.

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