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Overview

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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Collaboration

 

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

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Insights

 

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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"Sustainability in fashion supply chains"

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We are finalist of the StartGreen Award 2019

Innovative start-up concepts, green ideas for the future and technologies that contribute to greater sustainability – the StartGreen Award is one of the most renowned prizes for the green start-up scene in Germany.  We are proud to announce that we have reached the final of the StartGreen Award 2019 in the category Start-up. On November 20th the jury will choose the winner! Out of more than a hundred applicants, four companies qualified for the public voting. Three out of them […]

Zalando commits to more sustainable fashion by 2023

Consumers demand more sustainable fashion – this is the crucial outcome of a consumer survey conducted by Zalando. To gain detailed insights in the needs and demands of their consumers with regard to sustainability, Europe’s leading fashion platform conducted an online survey with roughly 3000 of their customers. Included were customers who have purchased at least one item of textile or shoes in the last six months. The results of the survey stress the importance of sustainability in the purchase […]

Oxfam accuses workers’ rights violations in supply chains

The new research commissioned by Oxfam reveals the extent of human, workers’ and women’s rights violations supermarket supply chains. Two detailed case studies in Brazil and India disclose that forced labor, hidden suffering and discrimination form part of the day-to-day business in the supply chains of many international supermarket chains. In Assam, the North Indian tea-production region, 510 workers on 50 tea estates, that are linked to the supply chains of several international supermarkets, have been interviewed for the Oxfam […]

Hotter and more acidic: The future of the oceans

Experts from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) presented their new special report on how climate change has an impact on the ocean and cryosphere and what an enormous role these changes will play for humans and ecosystems in the future. Clearly, the ocean is very fundamental as it regulates the global temperature and provides large amounts of oxygen. According to the IPCC report, the ocean has absorbed more than 90% of the excess heat in the climate system […]



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