Just a few years ago, it seemed unlikely that supply chains could be waste-free. But today, that expectation is quickly becoming a reality. To remain competitive, leaders will need to dramatically alter how their supply chains operate, including a shift away from wasteful linear models to circular models that reuse, renew and focus on responsible sourcing. Supply chains will need to stop producing waste, as doing so will be viewed by society and consumers as unacceptable.
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Preparing for 2029, When Consumer Product Supply Chains Cannot Produce Waste
We believe by reading this Gartner report you can learn why:
Consumer preferences continue to shift toward a desire for a more circular economy.1
Leading businesses, including Walmart, Unilever, Amazon, Target, Cisco, Nike and others, are actively pursuing circular economic models that require supply chains to make dramatic changes.2
By 2029, supply chains will not be allowed to produce waste.3
1 Gartner, Preparing for 2029, When Consumer Product Supply Chains Cannot Produce Waste, Steven Steutermann, John Johnson, 8 August 2019