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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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5 steps to increase supply chain transparency

Business in a globalized world demands more trust and transparency in global operational structures. Supply chains carry a lot of sustainability and disruption risks. To proactively manage risks and enhance sustainability, every business needs greater transparency in the supply chain. But where is the right starting point for supply chain transparency?  Supply chains are usually complex in terms of structure, number of components and upstream suppliers. There is no “one size fits all” solution. The way companies approach greater transparency […]

German Supply Chain Act on the political agenda

The discussion about the passage of a German Supply Chain Act has gained momentum. The German Development Minister Gerd Müller and Hubertus Heil, Minister of Labor and Social Affairs, campaign for stronger regulations and due diligence for companies. With this law, companies would be obliged to ensure compliance with human rights and environmental standards along the entire supply chain – including international production sites. So far, the German government has relied on the voluntariness of companies to respect social and […]

Grüner Knopf – national seal for sustainable textiles

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) introduced a seal for ecologically and socially produced textiles: Grüner Knopf. “With Grüner Knopf we now set a high standard and show: Fair supply chains are possible. […] this is proven by all the companies that participate.” says Gerd Müller, Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development. Grüner Knopf is the first state-monitored seal that combines requirements for both the manufacturing company and the product itself. 27 German companies are […]

LANXESS becomes climate-neutral by 2040

The specialty chemicals company LANXESS has defined itself the target to become 100% climate-neutral by 2040. This means a reduction of 3,2 million metric tons of CO2 equivalence the company emits today. The defined interim goal is to cut emissions by 50% compared to the current level by 2030. The first projects in Belgium and India have already started. With this decision, LANXESS actively supports the goal of the Paris Agreement to limit global warming to less than two degrees. […]



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