Sustainable Supply Chain and the Triple Bottom-line

A good primer on Triple Bottom-line reporting for supply chain and operations professionals (courtesy of 3BL Media and World Trade Magazine).

Supply chain management has always been about moving goods while accumulating efficiencies, but in the age of “green” logistics a growing number of executives are taking a closer look at the tangential benefits of their decisions.

Where a decade ago the phrase on everyone’s lips was “just-in-time,” today, more likely than not, you’re bound to run into a colleague talking about the “triple bottom line,” or that sweet spot where supply chain initiatives have economic, environmental, and social benefits.

For the complete article by Dan McCue follow this link:

http://www.worldtrademag.com/Articles/Feature_Article/BNP_GUID_9-5-2006_A_10000000000000913113.

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