What is the problem with deforestation, and how can we eliminate it from today’s supply chains? Check out our visual guide to learn more.
October 18 is Anti-Slavery Day. Despite its origins in the United Kingdom, this date serves as a global reminder of the importance of combating all forms of modern slavery. Businesses and their supply chains are extremely implicated in the fight against modern slavery. Unfortunately, human rights violations can be found…
Today, many anti-modern slavery regulations are in effect. We consider some of the major regulations and how companies can comply by achieving supply chain transparency.
Deforestation can be linked to virtually any consumer product on the market, making it a major concern for shoppers looking to make more ethical and sustainable purchases. Eliminating deforestation in the supply chain is not just an environmental issue, but a business one.
How does the Transparency-One solution help brands and retailers in the general merchandise industry achieve supply chain transparency?
Effective and transparent supply chain management requires brands to monitor multiple aspects of production, such as country of origin, sensitive components, and factory conditions, among others.
Following the 2013 Rana Plaza incident in Bangladesh, which killed over one thousand textile workers, French politicians, unions, and organizations have collaborated on a new regulation to improve supply chain risk management.