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Sustainable supply chains: The clock is ticking

December 4, 2023 In The News 4 min read
Matt Stekier Laurie Hoose Alejandro A. Rodriguez
In an article in Industry Today, experts Matt Stekier, Laurie Hoose, and Alejandro Rodriguez discuss the future of sustainable supply chains for U.S. companies and what organizations need to know about reporting changes.
Business professional on the phone discussing the future of sustainable supply chains. U.S. businesses, including small and midmarket companies, are increasingly being asked to report on everything from emissions to labor practices as the larger companies they do business with endeavor to comply with emerging domestic environmental, social and governance (ESG) guidelines, evolving European regulations, and the more immediate market-driven demand that partners and vendors exhibit complimentary values.

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