Supply Chain Compliance In The Amazon Era

May 13, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


In the Amazon age, where it’s now easier than ever to get a product out onto the eCommerce stage, supply chain compliance can take on a whole new meaning. That’s because companies like Amazon and Walmart have their own stringent, unique requirements in supply chain management for manufacturers that deliver to their warehouses, from the types of packaging and labeling used to shipping notifications. Failure to comply with those requirements can be costly, and eat into already-thin margins for those manufacturers. Even worse, according to Justin Leigh, CEO of eCommerce service provider Ideoclick, many manufacturers fail to even realize they’re losing money because of supply chain defects



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