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Increasing supply chain sustainability

31 March 2023

Supply chain customers are increasingly demanding that their suppliers quantify environmental aspects themselves, using key performance indicators to identify areas of alignment and opportunities for improvement.

To assess the environmental impact of their entire supply chain, many businesses also require suppliers to report results at regular intervals.

ISO 14001 is the most widely recognised environmental management system (EMS) standard in the world. By achieving ISO 14001 certification, an organisation demonstrates to stakeholders its commitment to preventing pollution, fulfilling its compliance obligations, and striving for continuous improvement of environmental performance. The main features include the following.

Read the full article in DPA's April issue

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