Up to 80% of CO2 emissions in the manufacturing industry come from the supply chain. Companies pursuing ambitious climate targets can therefore only achieve them in close cooperation with their suppliers. This means that CO2 emissions must be taken into account in all corporate decisions affecting the supply chain.
The starting point for addressing this responsibility is the availability of reliable data. Firstly, the most important aspect is to create transparency — on the one hand, about where your suppliers stand and what goals they are pursuing with regard to the issue, and on the other hand, about what CO2 emissions are created by your bought-in parts — whether in production or in transport. The next step is to define joint targets and measures, which are then anchored in all processes with your suppliers and transport service providers.
SupplyOn offers a holistic concept that takes into account the Company Carbon Footprint (CCF), the Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) and the emissions caused by transport. It is based on the fact that all processes with suppliers are handled seamlessly via SupplyOn and that potential savings can be identified by analyzing the data generated in the process.
This creates the basis for targeted emissions management and the sustainable reduction of your carbon footprint with regard to materials, components, transports and processes. Together with your business partners, you can identify potential for improvement and sustainably reduce emissions in your supply chain.