Evolving demand patterns, changes in supply environment and government policy intervention are affecting supply and demand balance, putting pressure on the resources available and leading to scarcity concerns. The evidence for this is apparent in supply shortages, commodity price increases and high volatility.
Many leading companies are already acting boldly to respond to these challenges by using alternative supplier partnership models, proactively developing suppliers or driving innovation and substituting raw materials. The reward is manifold as the longer-term gains from building a fully sustainable supply chain extend beyond regulatory compliance and customer approval to unforeseen strategic and cost reduction opportunities.
KPMG’s team of sustainability supply chain professionals in member firms around the world can help you to find the right answers and support you in developing a global approach towards sourcing and supplier relationships which take into account the relevant characteristics of specific value chains and a longer term perspective.Our supply chain services include assisting with:
- Strategic analysis (e.g. impact on cost to service, carbon profiling, overall positioning)
- Benchmarking and supplier assessments
- Business case development
- Implementation support and
- Performance monitoring.
Our teams can deliver tailored strategies that create value for your organisation and can assist you in unlocking the opportunities for cost reduction, revenue growth, reputation enhancement and risk management within your supply chain.