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ESG and Control of Supply Chains in Practice

Foto: Taicang Plainvim Industrial Zone

Control of supply chains in China has always been a concern due to the uneven development and varying standards in the Chinese manufacturing industry. With increased focus on ESG and sustainability reporting together with the current geopolitical and practical travel situation in China it is more important as ever to be able to present stakeholder with a clear view of the status of your business partners in China.

In this webinar Per Lindén, Founder and CEO of Scandic Sourcing in Shanghai, will share his experience of working with sustainability audits with Chinese suppliers and how alignment to both international developments and the Chinese regulatory and political situation can be used to reinforce such programs to drive real measurable improvements.

  • What are the current trends influencing sustainability reporting
  • What supply chain risks do you need to worry about
  • Why is China special
  • What are the areas that does not fit into international systems
  • How to drive improvement in supplier performance
  • How can you get measurable data for input to your sustainability report

Per Lindén is the founder and CEO of Scandic Sourcing in Shanghai, China. Previously Per enjoyed a 22 year career in the Sandvik Group based in Europe, USA, Singapore, Japan and China. Per is also the Vice Chairman of SwedCham China Main Board and the Chairman of the SwedCham Shanghai Chapter. Per has lived and worked in Shanghai since 2002.

Scandic Sourcing has worked with Sustainability audits in the mechanical and electrical industry in China since 2008 and has received awards for its ability to create client specific supplier code of conduct audit programs that drive improvements. Scandic Sourcing was founded in 2006 and has a mission to help international manufacturing companies work with suppliers and production in China.

Where: Webinar – link will be sent out to registered participants one day ahead of the event.
When: Wednesday, November 23, 2022, at 10:00 – 11:00 CET.
Cost: SCTC Members Free of Charge. Non-Members SEK200 plus VAT.

A Warm Welcome!

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