Givaudan joins the Together for Sustainability initiative on sustainable chemical supply chains
Together for Sustainability (TfS) is very pleased to announce that Givaudan, a global leading company in taste and wellbeing, and fragrance and beauty, has joined the TfS initiative for sustainable chemical supply chains. This brings the total TfS membership to 31 chemical companies, enhancing TfS’ capability to assess and improve the sustainability performance of the procurement operations and supply chains of chemical producers against a set of well-defined environmental, social and governance criteria. The steady increase of the TfS membership reflects the growing importance and awareness of the contribution of best-in class sustainable businesses to a better world.
Givaudan’s membership enhances TfS’ reach and diversity, increasing its impact on the sustainability performance of chemical supply chains
TfS President Bertrand Conquéret says “I proudly welcome Givaudan into the TfS community. Givaudan becomes the 31st member company, further contributing to TfS’ strategic priority to grow the initiative’s reach and diversity of members and suppliers. The growth of the membership enhances our collective impact on the sustainability performance of the chemical supply chains. Under the current global market conditions, the call for best-in-class sustainable businesses only increases. TfS is the crucial enabler to make chemical supply chains and businesses at large more sustainable and contribute to developing altogether a sustainable world.”
TfS delivers a powerful and independent due diligence procedure in the supply chain
TfS delivers a powerful and independent due diligence procedure in the supply chain. Its framework and tools enable a robust and consistent assessment of the sustainability performance of chemical suppliers and producers, and roadmaps for improvements. As a result, chemical companies can build strong, agile, and sound supply chains to ensure continued safe, stable, and sustainable operations in the future.
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