Workshop: How to Set Up Your Company's Responsible Supply Chain Management System
As we enter the decade of change, there has never been a higher recognition of the value of corporate non-financial reporting than today. Join us for a two-day training course designed for purchasers and suppliers interested in becoming more responsible in the way they do business. This hands-on workshop is carried in partnership with leading consultant Global CSR and will show participants how to set up a responsible supply chain management system that is aligned with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the OECD Guidelines.
Pocket Guide to Responsible Supply Chain Management
The official guide to IMPA ACT and improving sustainability in the shipping industry.
IMPA ACT Supplier Code of Conduct in Brief
A brief version of the official IMPA ACT Supplier Code of Conduct that brings together the principles and processes required for companies to become aligned with internationally-endorsed UN guidance on business and human rights.
Supplier's Case Study: Alfa Laval
Peter Borgnaes, Nordic Market Unit Manager, and Catarina Paulson, Head of Sustainability, share how IMPA ACT has helped Alfa Laval not only strengthen the relationship with one of its main customers, but also correct some blips on the company’s CSR radar.
Buyer's Case Study: J. Lauritzen
Collaborating with J. Lauritzen's over 300 suppliers had become a challenge in terms of time, but with IMPA ACT, the journey has been smoother than expected. For this case study, IMPA is joined by Henning Andersen (Head of Purchase) and Anel Medina (Purchase Manager) at J. Lauritzen.
Buyer's Case Study: DS Norden
With over 400 suppliers, it is important to make sure that they are in line with NORDEN’s standards. For this case study, IMPA is joined by Ole Lykke (Head of Strategic Purchasing) and Kristina Kunigenas (CSR & Compliance Manager) to discuss how IMPA ACT can help on the way to responsible supply chain management.
You too can become a sustainability front-runner.