Managing sustainability along with efficiency is a balancing act. A more holistic approach, not just in the last mile but throughout the supply chain, is the need of the hour.
It’s a great competitive differentiation strategy to help businesses earn themselves a unique position
It brings returns on capital, and the product’s value proposition also improves with sustainable value chains
The US government offers tax and investment incentives to businesses that opt to go green
There has been an increased focus on sustainability post-pandemic
Processes are designed to reduce emissions and ethically satisfy demand with ethically sourced supply. More time and energy is spent on forecasts to reduce inventory that is no longer in use.
An essential aspect of sustainable supply chain manufacturing is monitoring energy consumption as a function of production volume.
Supply chain logistics help track, measure, and even optimize CO2 and energy consumption. It helps opt for resources that are energy efficient and CO2 neutral.
Green logistics practices can no longer be taken lightly. The need of the hour is to reassess supply chains end-to-end to come up with ways to ensure visibility and cut carbon emissions.
We need to be devoted to finding and adopting sustainable practices for a better, more hopeful future.
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