London and New York, 22 February 2017 – With a clear lead, Vestas reclaimed the top spot in the annual ranking of wind turbine manufacturers, according to figures compiled by Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Global Brands and OEM's now realize that Conflict Minerals Compliance is an end-to-end Supply Chain maze that can translate into loss of business. The exposure they face from the complexities of Conflict Minerals Compliance implementation increases pressure to eliminate risk.
Learn from programs in motion how to tackle the complexity that comes along with Conflict Minerals Compliance, sourcing due diligence, reporting requirements and potential auditing.
Global Brands and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM's) are keenly aware of the exposure they face from the complexities of Conflict Minerals Compliance implementation. The pressure to eliminate risk is at an all time high.
Global Brands and OEM's now realize that Conflict Minerals Compliance is an end-to-end Supply Chain maze that can translate into loss of business.
For anyone who’s read the 350+ page SEC Dodd-Frank Section 1502 final rule, there’s one conclusion: the complexity of compliant due diligence and the accompanying reporting requirements can lead to startling exposure for your Senior Management, your Company and your brand.
The 11th hour is here. Thousands of companies in retail, consumer products, electronics, automotive and other impacted industries are making decisions to tackle the issue of conflict minerals within their supply chain now that the first reporting year, which began January 1, 2013, is in full swing.
For the third year, Lockheed Martin is supporting the aerospace and aviation category of the Spirit of Innovation Challenge, sponsored by the Conrad Foundation. The annual Challenge engages high school students to use science, technology, engineering, and math skills to develop commercially viable products and services that address sustainability issues.
Cloud Collaboration Network and Content Service Help Manufacturers Accelerate Compliance With Environmental Regulations and Bring Products to Market More Quickly
WALLDORF, Germany, November 5, 2012 /3BL Media/ - To build a foundation for sustainable growth, manufacturers must simultaneously ensure products are safe and compliant with complex, varied environmental regulations. Bringing together its cloud leadership and footprint with manufacturers worldwide, todaySAP AG (NYSE: SAP) announced two new cloud-based sustainability solutions to help customers more easily handle these challenges.