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Discover your deeper Supply chain

 

At sustainabill, we help companies to achieve multi-tier-visibility and trace supply chains to the source.  

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Easily collect data from suppliers and sub-suppliers and identify sustainability-related risks.

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Analyse the entire supply chain network, see how single sub-suppliers impact your supply chain and assess the sustainability of your materials.





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IPCC calls for change to human diet

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) sees threats to food security and calls for immediate action before it is too late. Researchers agree that climate change – including the increasing land use – is possibly one of the greatest threats and one of the biggest challenges facing our society. The global economy is currently unable to cope with the challenge of sustainably feeding the growing population and at the same time protecting the climate. For this reason, IPCC […]

Sustainabill takes part in the BME Sustainability Summit

From 28. – 29. August 2019, the BME will organize the Sustainability Summit in Frankfurt am Main where sustainabill will be present as a partner. In interactive workshops, topics such as sustainable procurement and the most important legal frameworks will be discussed. Experts from research institutes and industry sector will present possible solutions and give suggestions on how to create a sustainable purchasing strategy. Our CEO Klaus Wiesen will represent sustainabill at the sustainability symposium. More information about sustainabill can […]

Germany encourages companies to deal with human rights issues

The Federal Government of Germany plans to interview 1,800 companies on their compliance with human rights when manufacturing their products abroad. The Federal Foreign Office just started a written survey, which should be completed by the beginning of October. The background for this survey is the criticism against human rights violations, such as child labour and low wages, at the beginning of supply chains in developing countries, such as in the textile factories of Bangladesh. The results of the survey […]

Zara announces 100% sustainable fabrics by 2025

The Spanish clothing brand Zara announced that 100% of its fabrics will be produced sustainably by 2025. Inditex, the owner of Zara Home, Pull & Bear and Massimo Dutti and other brands, has committed to only use organic cotton or reused cotton, linen and polyester by 2025. Inditex also committed to make its shops, logistic centers, and offices eco-friendlier by sourcing 80% of its electricity from renewable sources. This also includes the elimination of plastic bags by 2020, a 100% […]



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