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The supply chain is an essential part of any company, and its sustainability has become a major priority.

In today’s context, where environmental and social considerations are increasingly critical, companies need to rethink their practices and contribute to the transition to a greener economy.

This is where the Green Supply Chain takes on its full meaning.

Integrating environmental, social and economic aspects into the supply chain reduces negative environmental impacts, while promoting fair working conditions and long-term value creation.

Our expertise in Sustainable Supply Chain, an innovative approach that aims to integrate sustainable and environmentally-friendly practices throughout the supply chain, enables you to minimize your company’s environmental footprint while optimizing the efficiency of your Supply Chain.

We understand that every company has unique needs, which is why we offer customized approaches tailored to your specific industry and objectives.

By choosing our Green Supply Chain expertise, you are taking an important step towards a more sustainable future.


Environmental sustainability: A sustainable supply chain means minimizing environmental impact at all stages of the product life cycle. This includes reducing greenhouse gas emissions, conserving natural resources, managing waste responsibly, adopting energy-efficient practices, using sustainable materials and protecting biodiversity.

Social responsibility: The social aspect of sustainability is crucial to a sustainable supply chain. This means ensuring fair working conditions, decent wages, worker safety, the elimination of discrimination, respect for human rights, as well as promoting diversity and inclusion throughout the supply chain.

Ethical governance: A sustainable supply chain relies on ethical and transparent governance. This means adopting ethical policies and standards of conduct, ensuring that suppliers adhere to these standards, fighting corruption, fostering fair trade relationships and complying with national and international regulations.

Stakeholder collaboration and engagement: To establish a sustainable supply chain, it is essential that all stakeholders involved, such as suppliers, subcontractors, transporters, customers and consumers, collaborate and engage. Open and transparent communication encourages the sharing of information, the promotion of sustainable practices and collective problem-solving.

Innovation and adaptation: For a supply chain to be sustainable, it is necessary to cultivate a culture of constant innovation and adaptation to changing challenges. This means exploring new technologies, developing environmentally-friendly sourcing, production and distribution methods, improving energy efficiency, adopting new sustainable business models, and adjusting to regulatory requirements and social developments.

In short, a green supply chain strives to incorporate environmental, social and ethical concerns at every stage of the value chain. Its aim is to create long-term value, minimize negative impacts on the environment, promote fair working conditions and meet stakeholders’ sustainability expectations.


Why move to a green supply chain?

  • Assess the environmental impact of your operations
  • Meet consumer expectations
  • Develop a competitive advantage based on sustainable practices
  • Favor partners committed to social, environmental and sustainable practices
  • Mitigate the risks associated with non-committal suppliers

How can we support you?

  • Complete assessment of your supply chain to identify areas for improvement in terms of sustainability
  • Development of a sustainable strategy tailored to your needs and objectives
  • Support in selecting sustainable suppliers who share your values
  • Construction of an improvement plan and deployment of actions with your teams
  • Implementation of awareness-raising and training programs to promote a culture of sustainability within your company



According to a study by the Global Supply Chain Institute, companies that integrate sustainable practices into their supply chain have the potential to reduce operational costs by 9% to 16%.

This reduction is often attributable to process optimization, more efficient use of resources and reduced waste.

This is where we can help.

With our in-depth analysis of your supply chain, we can help you identify areas for improvement, whether in terms of resource optimization or sustainability.


Implementing a Green Supply Chain helps to manage supply-related risks.

For example, diversifying supply sources and evaluating suppliers in terms of sustainability can reduce exposure to risks such as shortages, supply chain interruptions or reputational damage.

Here too, we can play a role in selecting partners who share your values.

We can help you identify suppliers who comply with sustainability criteria, assess their performance in terms of environmental and social impact, and set up monitoring mechanisms to ensure their compliance.


Environmental and social regulations are becoming increasingly stringent.

This trend is unlikely to slow down in the years to come.

A responsible and sustainable supply chain helps companies to comply with these regulations, avoid sanctions and fines, and reduce the legal risks associated with non-compliance.

Our role is to provide you with a regulatory and standards watch to ensure that your company is up to date with legal requirements and industry best practice.


According to a survey conducted by MIT Sloan Management Review, over 25% of companies consider a green supply chain to be a competitive advantage.

By meeting customers’ expectations in terms of sustainability, a company can stand out in the market and attract new customers.

Strengthening the brand

Responsible, sustainable logistics and supply chains can enhance a company’s reputation and strengthen its brand.

According to the Nielsen Sustainability Report, 66% of consumers are willing to pay more for products from companies committed to sustainable practices.

Investors’ commitments

Investors are paying increasing attention to sustainable corporate practices.

According to the World Economic Forum, sustainable corporate investments increased by 34% between 2016 and 2018.

By integrating sustainability into your Supply Chain, your company can attract investors who care about environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria.


Integrating a Green Supply Chain and making it sustainable can offer you a number of advantages.

Firstly, it enables you to differentiate yourself in the market by meeting customers’ growing expectations of sustainability, which can lead to increased sales and greater customer loyalty.

What’s more, a sustainable supply chain reduces operating costs, improves profitability and enhances corporate reputation.

It also helps to manage supply chain risks, comply with ever-changing regulations and access new markets.

Our role is to provide you with our expertise by carrying out an assessment and diagnosis, developing a tailor-made sustainable strategy, selecting responsible suppliers, optimizing processes, raising awareness and training your employees, monitoring performance and providing a regulatory and standards watch.

Working together, we can create a sustainable supply chain that benefits your company, your society and the planet.


Contact us
Route des Monts-de-Lavaux 1
1092 Belmont-sur-Lausanne
[email protected]
+41 (0)21 711 18 71


Contact us
Route des Monts-de-Lavaux 1
1092 Belmont-sur-Lausanne
[email protected]
+41 (0)21 711 18 71


Contact us
Route des Monts-de-Lavaux 1
1092 Belmont-sur-Lausanne
[email protected]
+41 (0)21 711 18 71