How Transparent is Your Supply Chain?

Transparency is a term that's thrown around a lot these days in relation to global supply chains. Put simply, a transparent supply is one where information about suppliers and sourcing locations is readily available to pretty much anyone who wants to see it - a concept whose popularity has been largely driven by consumers' desire to know more about the origin of the products and services that they're buying and using.

In Providing clarity on supply chain transparency Sedex's Mark Robertson, discusses the importance of transparency, the role it plays in responsible supply chain management, and how companies can drive transparency through all tiers of their supply chains.


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