Green Supply Chain Management

According to BearingPoint’s 2008 Supply Chain Monitor, 35% of companies have already established a Green Supply Chain. The bigger the company, the greater the level of interest in Green Supply Chain: 54% of companies with turnover in excess of $700 million claim to have established a Green Supply Chain.

The main objective of a Green Supply Chain is to find the right balance between economic and ecological optimisation. In the past, optimisation was mainly driven by costs and service levels, but now the environmental impact adds a third dimension. In terms of sustainability, companies have to react to climate change and air pollution.

Green Supply Chain is usually implemented in order to:


How BearingPoint brings value

BearingPoint Green Supply Chain Management provides:


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