A green supply chain “considers environmental impacts on its operations and takes action along the supply chain to comply with environmental safety regulations and communicate this to customers and partners.” (APICS Dictionary, 16th edition). It requires the alignment of the various stages of the supply chain for a product or service, including procurement, manufacturing, distribution and transportation, in order to reduce the supply chain’s impact on the environment. Overall, it is intended to promote the development of sustainable practices for products, materials and processes through organizational and supply chain activities.Enter your text here...
Benefits of a Sustainable Supply Chain
Why is sustainability relevant to supply chains? Watch the short video to learn more about why some business would want to undertake sustainability projects, even if they are skeptical.
The following are some of the considerations and benefits for organizations undertaking a sustainability initiative: