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Bring sustainability to every link in your value chain

Redesign supply chains to support net-positive ambitions, increase circularity and build resilience and trust

Why sustainable value chains matter


of global emissions are generated by supply chains


more carbon intensity is created by supply chains than by the rest of the business


in market opportunity will be generated by the circular economy by 2030 (estimate)


of business leaders around the world agree that the private sector plays a crucial role in achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals

What you can do

Make the way you design products, manage suppliers, build plants and warehouses, manufacture goods, plan, transport and recover more environmentally sustainable, socially responsible and fit-for-the-future.


Almost half of all CEOs now take supply chain responsibility as part of their sustainability strategy

Adopt a responsible sourcing strategy and operating model that prioritizes environmental consciousness, ethical practices, and inclusivity. Ensure compliance with new regulations for managing ESG risks in supplier relationships.


more of the Earth’s resources are being consumed each year than it can naturally regenerate

Rethink the “take, make, waste” model and create a circular business model for greater profitability and sustainable growth, while also mitigating risks associated with resource scarcity.


of consumers are shopping more sustainably, opting for reusable or refillable products, recycled or refurbished goods and quality items built to last

Trust is more than simple risk management. Using digital technology, including supply chain analytics, you can proactively measure and improve trust with stakeholders.

Our leader

Matias Pollmann-Larsen

Managing Director – Global Sustainable Value Chain Lead, Supply Chain & Operations