At FourKites, we believe that every business can be a sustainable business — and every supply chain professional can be a sustainability champion in their organization. Here’s how and why organizations are building sustainable supply chains.
Amidst pressure from investors, employees, and other stakeholders, executives have boldly put a stake in the ground, marking their supply chain sustainability goals. While headcounts and commitments to going green are growing, very few have demonstrated real progress.
In fact, according to MIT, only 38% of companies have mapped their supply chain and less than half (46%) have audited their suppliers.
Despite renewed efforts, achieving sustainability broadly across the supply chain often remains elusive.”
A study of 500+ executives from E&Y explores the short and long term benefits that organizations are seeing as they build sustainable supply chains.
Cost savings is the top motivation for supply chain sustainability but there are a wide range of business benefits that organizations are seeing already and expect to see in just a few years.
Cardinal Health is a leading distributor of pharmaceuticals, medical
and laboratory products with operations in more than 30 countries.
They’ve made real, tangible progress on their sustainability goals by partnering with FourKites to unlock new opportunities for impacting their long-term sustainability goals. Learn exactly how Cardinal Health is building a sustainable supply chain by accessing the full case study.
Does your organization need to make progress toward its sustainability goals, but you’re wondering where to start?
You’re not alone – a survey of nearly 1,500 executives revealed that nearly three-quarters of executives said they want to advance sustainability efforts but don’t actually know how to go about doing it.
Data-driven decision-making is the law of the land in freight and logistics. Shippers always know their costs, transit times, and tradeoffs. But as we enter another variable into the equation, how can freight buyers and sellers have confidence in measuring their carbon footprint? And once it’s known, how can it be managed and operationalized?
FourKites’ Sustainability Hub helps supply chain leaders with advanced emissions tracking and reporting capabilities
Watch the exclusive talks and sessions from FourKites’ Global Supply Chain Sustainability Summit. Learn from the industry’s top minds how to build greener supply chain and logistics operations.
Learn everything you need to know about supply chain sustainability from our definitive guide. We cover best practices, technology, and metrics companies use to build a sustainable supply chain.
Did you know that transportation is the largest source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the US? Learn this and more about the current state of supply chain sustainability.
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