Supply Chain Sustainability

Sustainability of Australia's supply chain depends on making transformative investments and implementing proactive solutions

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Supply chain sustainability hinges on transformative investments and proactive solutions.

It encompasses achieving a ‘green’ supply chain, transitioning to renewable energy, and implementing effective regulations such as land use and modal shift policies.

Holistic planning and systemic approaches are essential, challenging assumptions and promoting change management. Balancing business objectives with environmental preservation, especially for SMEs, is critical.

Governments must prioritise sustainability initiatives, fostering collaboration for joint investments and policy development to drive paradigm shifts in freight transport and distribution towards sustainability.

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