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Understanding Supply Chain Sustainability

Logistics Viewpoints

Supply chain sustainability can mean a lot of things to a lot of people. As I have written about before, supply chain sustainability , or the notion of going green, is a hot topic as companies and countries look at their overall carbon footprint and look for ways to be more environmentally friendly. UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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Keeping Your Sights Set on Resilience, Agility, and Sustainability


And a digital supply chain platform can lead to a more sustainable supply chain, something that is not only a primary requirement for consumers but also a hallmark of corporate responsibility. Adding sustainability to the mix The word sustainability trips lightly off the tongue of consumers and business leaders today.


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The Dynamics of Sustainable Supply Chain Planning

DELMIA Quintiq

The impact of supply chain planning on sustainability According to Wikipedia, “sustainability is a societal goal that relates to the ability of people to safely co-exist on Earth over a long time.” Improving sustainability of a process starts by quantifying and measuring indicators, for example the amount of CO2 emitted.

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Supply Chain Sustainability: The Business Case for Growth and a Competitive Advantage- ToolsGroup


Companies are leveraging supply chain sustainability to gain a competitive advantage–while supporting people and the environment.

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The Great Supply Chain Gear-Up: Sustainability and Agility for 2023

Speaker: Peter Kraemer, Chief Supply Officer of Anheuser-Busch InBev

In this upcoming webinar, join Peter Kraemer, Chief Supply Officer of Anheuser-Busch InBev, for an insightful overview of: Today's supply chain best practices Navigating post-pandemic supply challenges Leveraging technology to build the supply chain of the future How to build a more sustainable supply chain Challenges and trends to plan for in the (..)

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The Benefits of Sustainable Supply Chains

Logistics Viewpoints

Companies have many levers to pull to reduce their impact on the environment such as altering the materials used in products, using more sustainable packaging and even reducing business travel. For companies to achieve reductions in carbon footprints, they should look to sustainable investments in their supply chains for the greatest impact.

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Sustainability and Reusable Packaging with Mike Newman

The Logistics of Logistics

Mike Newman and Joe Lynch discuss sustainability and reusable packaging. Throughout his extensive career spanning over 20 years, Mike has been instrumental in merging supply chain and sustainability initiatives. He holds an MBA from the prestigious Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.

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Rethinking Supply Chains for Greater Efficiency, Resiliency, and Sustainability

Supply Chains have 3 key priorities: building resiliency, reducing costs and driving ESG performance. Read the new GEP-sponsored report by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services for strategies and digital solutions to achieve these goals.

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Resilience and Sustainability in the Cost-Plus World

Almost 69% of businesses fear they’ll lose 10% of their revenues in 2022 due to supply chain disruptions, according to a GEP sponsored report from The Economist. How can companies mitigate risks and build supply chain resilience? Find out how!

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The Digital Levers You Need to Achieve Sustainable Cost Reduction

For supply chain and procurement pros, cost reduction is a top priority today. This timely new paper from GEP explores powerful and effective digital levers that can help you to slash costs and create more value for the business. Read it now.

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5 Data Roadblocks to Overcome in the Journey to Net-Zero Emissions

CPOs are now being measured on sustainability targets. This GEP-sponsored Supply Management Insider guide breaks down the data barriers to meeting sustainability goals. How can they meet this new challenge?

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Geopolitical & Regulatory Issues: The Path Forward in Supply Chain & Logistics

Speaker: Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD - President of LMA Consulting Group, S&OP Expert, and Speaker

In this session we will cover: How geopolitical tensions are heating up and how they will reshape the configurations of future supply chains Regulations are also heating up, requiring more innovation and resilience The conundrums and conflicts of interest in achieving sustainability goals, looking at the big picture, and evaluating the geopolitical (..)

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How to Achieve True Net-Zero Emissions: An Action Plan for Supply Chain Leaders

To achieve sustainability, many firms set lofty net-zero emissions goals. However, meeting them is easier said than done. This GEP whitepaper shows why supply chain leaders should take steps now, and offers an action plan for moving forward.

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Webinar On-Demand: 3 Ways to Make Your Operational Execution More Robust With S&OE

Speaker: Sander van Lokven and N.S. Krishnan

This keeps the supply chain out of firefighting mode, smoothens relationships with customers and suppliers, and helps sustain margins by reducing the cost to serve. S&OE provides an early warning system that helps business stakeholders sense and optimize their responses. How S&OE is different from S&OP & the gap that exists.

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TMS+: Go Beyond Transport to Optimize Cost, Service, & Resiliency

We outline how the TMS+ breaks down silos to optimize across inventory, transport, logistics, and order management concurrently, intelligently, and in a timely and relevant manner for cost, service, risk, and sustainability.