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Six Chemical Firms Share Sustainability Audit Information Gathered From Potential Suppliers

October 7, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Six chemical companies have partnered in an effort to boost sustainability efforts within their supply chains. BASF, Bayer MaterialScience, Evonik Industries, Henkel, LANXESS and Solvay are participating in an initiative called “Together for Sustainability” to “harmonize the complex supply management”. Henkel says ecological and social factors are considered when it selects suppliers in the 125 countries where it operates. The initiative will expand the usefulness of audits conducted by the companies because data will be shared – “an audit for one is an audit for all” is the motto. Member companies selected 2,000 suppliers worldwide for assessments and audits in 2012.
"Initiative “Together for Sustainability”", News release, Henkel, October 07, 2013, © Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
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