The Inescapability of Traceability
Is Big Oil Next?
Supply chain transparency and accountability is reshaping what consumers expect of apparel, IT and food companies. This white paper sets out our expectation that growing pressure on oil companies to be transparent about the origins of their products will lead to a new era where businesses, customers and consumers become more discerning in their fuel and energy choices.
For an alternative view on the value of investing in traceability please read Liz Muller’s blog on The True Cost of Traceability.
Please let us know your views on traceability by commenting below or by sharing your views on Twitter @SustAbility #traceability.
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