“….the mandate today is to operate with minimum harm to the environment, to reduce energy consumption and pollutant generation, and to recycle all discarded products and packaging. Already, we’re starting to see the requirements (both regulatory and from customers) that products carry carbon footprint information. As these mandates increase and as consumers become more environmentally conscious, companies that can transparently show that their products and supply chains are thoughtfully designed to take the environment into account will enjoy a competitive advantage. This represents a significant shift, as the true performance of any supply chain operation remains hidden from external entities. Companies must redefine their approach to supply chain management and make transparency requirements a part of their business strategy.”

© Mahender Singh MIT Supply Chain 2020

Thought Leadership
Our Partners and Associates are regular speakers at conferences, trade events and seminars in UK, Europe, Asia and North America. As regular contributors to trade magazines and national publications we offer expert, independent opinions on portcentricity as applied to collaborative supply chains, business clusters, port traffic growth, wider economic development and specific industry growth sectors such as offshore wind farm developments.

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