Building Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains

61% of consumers said their perception of a company is strongly influenced by the company's environmental and sustainability policies. Environmentally responsible supply chains not only have the potential to sway brand loyalty, but to simultaneously reduce the carbon footprint and bottom line costs through improved efficiency.

By · April 25, 2014

61% of consumers said their perception of a company is strongly influenced by the company’s environmental and sustainability policies.

Environmentally responsible supply chains not only have the potential to sway brand loyalty, but to simultaneously reduce the carbon footprint and bottom line costs through improved efficiency.

Download this complimentary white paper to learn how sustainable technological improvements and management best practices can help you in:

  • Transportation and Freight Management
  • Warehousing and Distribution
  • Property Design and Construction


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