Supply Chain Impacts

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Measuring, reporting, and disclosing supply chain impacts helps companies improve operational efficiency, identify reduction targets, mitigate climate risk, and avoid business continuity disruptions. Companies can also capitalize on opportunities and best practices, respond to the requests of NGOs, and positively influence their bottom lines.

Program Development

Brands are grappling with how best to measure the impacts of their supply chains. By applying our understanding of the best practices in supply chain sustainability, GPG partners with our clients to develop successful engagement solutions that meet each client’s individual needs and goals.

Supplier Engagement

A global supply chain presents sizable challenges to sustainability program implementation, including technology, education, and language barriers. Using our experience working with hundreds of suppliers on responding to their customers’ sustainability requirements, we’ve developed numerous strategies and best practices to support the success of supply chain programs.

Scorecard Support

Suppliers who have been asked to respond to a brand’s sustainability program face the challenge of quantifying their environmental responsibility. Using our depth of experience in supply chain program development, as well as reporting and disclosure, GPG works with suppliers to help them comply with their customers’ requests and gain a competitive advantage. We have experience with the Sustainability Index, SAC Higg Index, and more.

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