In 2021, while COVID-19 strained global supply chains, manufacturers faced worsening environmental conditions including flooding, drought and destructive storms. These concerns can be connected.
Manufacturers seeking to reshore supply chains have the simultaneous opportunity to consider new and more environmentally friendly options, speaking to consumers’ increasing awareness and sensitivity toward environmental concerns.
What changes to the state of supply chain concerns and what opportunities for sustainability might we see in 2022?
OEMs, electronic manufacturing services, distributors and suppliers are all interested in receiving accurate demand information, based on which they can plan, and success requires the leading players in the ecosystem to participate.
End of supply chain woes in sight
“Companies will start to use data much more to inform decisions around where to build their supply chains both today and into the future, so there is less opportunity for their supply chains to be disrupted,” says Agnes Schliebitz-Ponthus, senior vice president of product at Fluent Commerce.
Green manufacturing policies will continue
The idea of the circular economy, a model that embraces recycling, repairing, and reusing materials for as long as possible, may grow more attractive and commonplace as sustainability concerns grow.
HEC Liège Executive MBA program in Vietnam has organized an online demo course on Sustainable Strategy for interested learners, from Feb 19th, 2022 – Feb 27 2022. Join Dr. Wanda, from Colorado Technological University, USA, to explore how businesses pursue profitability while moving towards the goal of sustainability.
HEC Liege, Management School of University of Liege,Vietnam Admission Office.
Address: No.6 ,5F, HL Tower, Lane 82, Duy Tan Street, Hanoi.
Phone: +84 89 8980596 // +84 896673966.