What is Supply Chain Sustainability?
"It refers to organizations' efforts to consider the environmental and human impact of their products' journey through the supply chain, from raw material sourcing to production, storage, delivery and every transportation link in between"
What are the Benefits Supply Chain Sustainability?
To name a few:
Reduced environmental impact
Greater business efficiency
Better continuity of supply
Improved organizational reputation
Opportunities to exapnd corporate partnerships
Win new business
Improved talent attraction and retention
Better risk mitigation thorughout the supply chain
Key benefits of Sustainabile Practices
Key Benefits Achieved
Environmental impact: the global supply chain has created considerable impact on the planet. Greenhous gases, as a result, have created negative externalities that are still an issue across countries. Think: 'What can you do to improve your global supply chain environmental footprint?'
Cash-flow Analysis: what can be derived from a quick analysis of your supply chain? What is the is limiting your possibilities from becoming a greener player in the global economy
Adrian Tardio Canito
(Project lead in Sustainability & Supply Chain Management)
Adrian is a Chemical Engineer and a Sustainability expert from Europe. He speaks Spanish, English and German. He's a mentor and a coach in sustainability & UN Sustainability development goals (SDG) where he aims to deliver added value to his customers. Adrian's mission is to develop sustainable projects to provide scientific and technical support in the supply chain arena.
He holds a BSc in Chemical Engineering and a Master's Degree in Sustainability. He also holds the FITT CITP qualification in International Trade where he met Masssimo, as his instructor.
Adrian is currently working as analyst for a global leader in inspection, certification and verification solutions. He decided to partner with Massimo to deliver better and more solution encompassing the global supply chain arena.
"I led sustainability projects such as 'Up!Energia' - based on the circular economy concept focused on the recycling of coffee waste as a new sustainable energy source."