Modern Slavery Act: What it means for an ethical and sustainable supply chain - Part 2

Supply Chain Expert & Author, Carsten Primdal, makes the case for why businesses need to take Sustainable Supply Chain seriously, and not just as an exercise in compliance, but also as an opportunity.

The new Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018 came into effect this year (2019), and it is no longer about consumer sentiment alone, but also about legal compliance. Now is, therefore, the best time to start thinking about how to respond.

Whitepaper highlights:

 An incredible amount of research into best starting practices

 Sustainable Supply Chain Management Case Studies & Examples

 Table of key considerations to aid you in your journey for Ethical Supply Chain Management

 A brief overview of the Capability Maturity Model


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Carsten Primdal

Carsten is a Business Programme/Project/Change Manager, with a particular focus on Services. His sweet spot is Ethical Business, Sustainable Supply Chain Management and Asia (in particular China). Carsten has worked on projects for a range of clients, including some of the largest Retail chains in Australia and Germany, i.e. LIDL, ALDI, as well as for KPMG Australia, Virgin Australia, DB Schenker and many others.