Is it profitable to prioritise ethics in your supply chain?

The ediTRACK blog: Supply chain software news and views

(As originally featured in Supply Chain Digital)

Ethical supply chains

Increased efficiency, reduced transport costs, positive company image and access to government incentive programmes: these are just a few of the rewards of a corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy that takes supply chain issues seriously. Despite this, some businesses understandably hold back from fully integrating CSR into their supply chains, fearful that existing supply chains are too complex, too well established, and that it will be difficult and expensive to set up and maintain meaningful ethical practices. They’re concerned that making changes to their supply chain will negatively impact their bottom line, and so they choose profits over ethics – not realising that the two are no longer necessarily mutually exclusive. 

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Supply chain software company delivering web-based tracking solutions to help retailers and insurers manage suppliers and processes from; Sourcing, Sample Management, Ethical Trading, Product Development, Order & Shipment Management and Delivery.

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