How well do you know your supply chain?
Supply chain mapping is essential to building a more ethical and sustainable value chain. Knowing your supply chain is crucial in understanding where your material is coming from, whether your suppliers comply with your standards and ensuring that all parties are working responsibly.
Without an understanding of your supply chain, can you accurately make a statement on the treatment of animals or workers that go into making your products? Can you accurately comment on any sensitivities that may or may not be present within your supply chain? If your answer to these questions is ‘no’ then you would benefit from mapping your supply chain.
BLC Supply Chain Mapping for the Leather, Footwear & Apparel Industries
BLC have experience in supporting organisations with an international reach to map and verify supply chain data.
Here at BLC, we use our position in the industry to safe check your data to ensure accuracy. We understand that the leather supply chain is complex, multi-tiered and interconnected. We use our knowledge of the industry to cut through the complexity to get you the information you need.
BLC have developed the Supply Chain Mapping Tool to build on your understanding of what your supply chain looks like and where the connection are. This supply chain tool will help your business locate individual connections on a global scale, manage potential supply chain risks and identify where value can be added.
This supply chain mapping tool can be used in a variety of global industries where leather is present, including:
- Clothing and apparel
- Accessories and leather goods
- Leather manufacturing
BLC can work with you, to ensure that you are in a position to answer questions on your supply chain with an increased visibility and understanding of any risks that may be present. Guidance on how to reduce these risks is also available.
See how the BLC Supply Chain Mapping Tool benefits your business.
For more information on how BLC can support you with supply chain management including mapping, data collection and verification, please contact us via: email@example.com or +44 (0)1604 679929.