Supply Chain Laws You Should Know

Compliance with environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria in supply chains is increasingly in focus. Governments and regulators are stepping up their scrutiny, and consumers across the globe are demanding greater visibility into extended supply chains. Procurement and supply chain professionals need to understand how new laws, regulations and executive orders affect them because what they don’t know can harm their business and their reputation.

In this compact Essential Guide, you learn:
  • Which laws in the EU, U.K., U.S., France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway and Switzerland affect supply chains.
  • Why due diligence during onboarding is not enough.
  • How you can ensure compliance among your supply chain partners.

We also provide details on the German Supply Chain Law, which is now in force.

Raise your awareness of supply chain laws to understand where your supply chain may be at risk.

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