Category Archives: Supplier development

Audit Safe?

By | Bricks Matter, Demand, Social supply chains, Supplier development | One Comment

It takes many shapes … like the deaths of nine unknowing consumers. In 2008, 762 people became dangerously ill in 48 states from contaminated peanut butter in the United States. The recalls permeated the food industry. Over 3800 products from 361 companies were recalled.  It should not have happened. The PCA factory that…

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Corporate Sustainability: Are Companies Vulnerable?

By | Demand, Risk management, Supplier development, Supply Chain, Supply sensing | One Comment

“Supply chain sustainability” is the management of environmental, social and economic impacts and the encouragement of good governance practices, throughout the life cycles of goods and services. Supply Chain Sustainability (definition) United Nations Global Compact The first corporate social responsibility statement was published by Dow Chemical in 1996. Since then,…

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