There is only so much that a single organization is going to be able to achieve to improve the impact it has on the environment or society, without collaborating with the wider aspects of its supply chain.
Historically, supply chain management used to be about getting the right product to the right customer at the right time. However, today it’s all about delivering on that promise with the right information. This includes data about where a product’s materials come from, how it’s made and how it’s delivered. By sharing this information, retailers enable customers to recognize which products are more environmentally friendly or socially conscious.
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