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Is your supply chain risk-proof for the future

Sustainability and transparency are a key to “Risk-proofing” a supply chain.

A quick scan of the headlines on any given day demonstrates that the supply chains of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies are coming under increasing exposure to supply chain risks, such as risks to raw materials vulnerable to climate change and supplier financial viability. At the same time, FMCG companies are under increased stakeholder, regulatory, and consumer scrutiny to perform in a sustainable, transparent, and ever-improving way.

“Risk-proofing” a supply chain requires that businesses make rapid changes to it—and what is becoming ever more apparent is that sustainability and transparency are a key part of this. The relationship between an FMCG and their facilities management (FM) supplier of choice plays a key role in driving the sustainability and transparency key to “risk-proofing”.

Pay attention to disposal routes and capture the missing loops

While understanding the disposal routes of an organisation’s waste has traditionally been an issue of compliance with waste legislation and consumer-driven transparency, it can provide a richer picture of resource use and management within an organisation. [read more]