Sustainable logistics solutions that reduce the environmental impact of your supply chain can help you achieve your ESG targets – but they can come at a shortterm cost. We look at three examples of sustainable solutions that promise long-term gain.
Despite its complexities and challenges, sustainability is a must to future-proof businesses and their supply chains. Consumers increasingly demand sustainable products and services, even amid the looming threat of economic recession. Governments and regulators continue to put forward more legislation related to sustainability, from efforts to curb emissions to how industries ensure human rights along the supply chain. And while investors often worry about the trade-off of implementing more sustainable practices against short-term returns, they also recognize sustainability as a nonnegotiable requirement to ensure the long-term viability of their investments.