Early recognition of opportunities around the act on corporate due diligence in supply chains through planning

15 Jul 2022

In the press

The short-sightedness of strategic purchasing has led to flying blind for years - after all, the supplier market often remains a black box. No wonder that a supply chain law has become necessary to protect workers and the global environment, to create a legal framework for due diligence along the global supply chain. For companies, this will lead to new obligations in the future, as suppliers must be checked for compliance with minimum social and ecological standards. This article explains what specific challenges arise for companies from this legal obligation and why planning processes in particular play an important role in this.

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