How to achieve supply chain transparency [INFOGRAPHIC]
As technology enables more in-depth connectivity between organizations, manufacturers and end-users, transparency is becoming a bigger priority.
Throughout supply chains, organisations are incorporating technology like Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Cloud Technology and much more to ensure efficiency and uninterrupted communication between organisations and consumers.
This infographic will show you the latest data and insights on the benefits of supply chain transparency, and how to incorporate transparency into your organisation’s supply chain.
Why study supply chain transparency?
Companies that promote transparency tend to have better reputations, complete legal compliance, cost savings, operational benefits and more advocacy from ethical consumers. The growing demand for transparency in business has had an influence on supply chain management, and experts predict complete transparency will become standard for businesses worldwide.
Investing in transparency in supply chains benefits organisations in the following ways:
- Increased efficiency
- Environmental savings
- Accreditations and certifications
- Improved public image
Read our infographic for more data and insights on supply chain transparency, and how to achieve it.
Find out more about supply chain transparency
Developing transparency into your supply chain is more complicated than can be shown in one guide. Creating a fully transparent supply chain requires guidance and expertise from a network of supply chain professionals, including a sustainable packaging supplier.
Billerud can help manage the packaging aspect of your business and that's a great place to start for ongoing cost savings and transparency. Our Managed Packaging solutions provide efficiency benefits throughout the entire supply chain.
Contact Billerud today for materials and sustainable packaging expertise.