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Free carbon calculator is launched for supply chains

Sustainability Tool, a software application designed to help organisations and supply chains track and measure their sustainability performance, has launched a carbon calculator, in partnership with the Supply Chain Sustainability School (SCSS). With 80-99 per cent of the built environment’s ...

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Business Moves Group joins MSDUK as a corporate member in diversity

The office and commercial relocation change management company has joined Minority Supplier Development UK (MSDUK) as a corporate member. The benefits available to members will help Business Moves Group (BMG) to achieve its diversity goals through access to the most ...

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Supply Chain Sustainability School continues to positively impact UK built environment

The Supply Chain Sustainability School, a multi-award-winning initiative which represents a common approach to addressing sustainability within supply chains, has released its Impact Report, which surveyed over one thousand of its members across the country, to get their thoughts on what ...

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Means of supply

FMs will be faced with a range of procurement issues during the lockdown. David Richards, Chief Customer Officer, Bellrock, offers some advice on reviewing your supply chain, whether you need to identify a secondary supplier and how to source continuity ...

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New database launched to keep UK supply chains moving

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has set up a database for organisations in urgent need of supply chain resources, to ensure the UK is able to respond to the coronavirus crisis. The database has been made up from information ...

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BESA urges trade professionals to review contracts amid Covid-19 pandemic

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) is calling on contractors to review their contracts so supply chains can work together to manage delays to projects during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Many sites are being shut down in response to government ...

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