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Supply Chain and Procurement

Sustainability strategy and policy

EMS provide advice, services and tools that will enable you to embed sustainable procurement principles across your organisation and into your supply chain

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Contact our expert Rebecca Chapman for more information.

This service will allow you to benefit from improved sustainability performance and brand value together with reduced risks and costs.  

Companies are expected to take responsibility for social and environmental issues in their supply chain. EMS can help analyse supply chains of private and public organisations to identify how key sustainability issues are being managed. The development of capacities, reliable relationships and systems is key for the establishment of sustainable supply chains. We work with suppliers towards environmental stewardship etc and help our clients to establish a risk-based procurement practice.  

Services include –  

  • Supply Chain assessment 
  • Supplier auditing and development 
  • Develop sustainable supply chain management strategies and policies. 
  • Bespoke sustainable supply chain and procurement training that allows for engagement and support With procurement and buying teams/key influencers 
  • Tender support 
  • Sustainable supply chain management systems (ISO 20400) 

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Constructing Excellence Yorkshire & Humber club
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Want to know more?

To discuss the Supply Chain and Procurement and our other CSR and Sustainability, please contact Rebecca Chapman our Consultancy Manager.

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