This year, we focused our conference on sustainability. It ran online on the 26th and 27th of April, 2022, to highlight not only the giant untapped opportunity of supply chain decarbonisation in international climate action but also how having sustainability at the very core of your business and strategy can influence the bottom line.
Innovation will continue to drive supply chain sustainability in the years to come. Two trends in particular that will maintain the impetus in this area are circular economy and data-driven supply chains.
At the Sustainable Supply Chain Conference, attendees learned how they could ‘go green’ throughout their end-to-end operations, from procurement, operations, retirement and data and communication, considering the environmental and human impact of their products’ from cradle to grave.
From raw materials sourcing, production, storage, delivery and every transportation link in between, the journey is not easy – the complexity of many supplier relationships and border crossings makes supply chain sustainability extremely challenging.
But the payback for getting it right is priceless, delivering on the three Ps of the bottom line – people, profits and the planet.
Organised by Logistics Manager
The team behind the conference are from the sector's key magazine. Logistics Manager is required reading for those at retailers, manufacturers, the public sector and more who are responsible for moving goods and components from point of origin to point of use.
It is also the key magazine for the transport and distribution sector, read by third and fourth party logistics service providers, warehouse operators and fulfillment companies.