New European Union ESG Regulations Impact The Supply Chain Profession

April 22, 2024 EcoVadis EN

More burdensome sustainability regulations will inevitably affect a company’s supply chain team. For example, a company’s greenhouse gas performance will depend upon not only a company’s emissions in the supply chain they directly control, but also how their suppliers, contract manufactures, and carriers perform. Similarly, making sure human rights are respected across an end-to-end supply chain is something that companies will struggle to accomplish. Getting visibility across an n-tier supply chain is no easy task. In light of this, recent EU regulations are something that supply chain professionals need to pay attention to.

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