“Green Supply Chain” minimizes the environmental impact of the flow of goods, information and services throughout a Supply Chain. This is a major challenge for us as it is essential that our recommendations include a balanced and rational “Green logistics” approach. Our modeling tools take into account the carbon impact of complex Supply Chains (carriers and infrastructures). We also integrate into our “Green Supply Chain” approach compensatory measures that take advantage of logistics facilities.
The social impact of change is also considered in order to create solutions that allow for improvement in working conditions. Workstation ergonomics, task interest, skills development etc. etc., are all examples of improvements made thanks to our deliberations. In particular we seek to limit execution tasks in order to direct Logistics and Supply Chain teams towards tasks related to management, control and planning.
In our comprehensive approach, our Supply Chain and logistics consultants also consider the balance between cost optimization, maximization of service quality, social responsibility and sustainable development.