Together, we will map and develop responsible and sustainable sourcing models.

Highlight and prioritize

Definition of criteria for commodities sustainability within the company’s strategy.

Macroeconomic analysis, and CSR risk assessment in the supply chain.

Mapping of sustainability issues per material, per step in the value chain.

Ranking of the issues and development of a roadmap (objectives and milestones).

Explore and select your solutions

Identification of responsible production initiatives (pilot projects, certificates, etc…).

Strategic analysis of sourcing opportunities(existing or potential) focusing on field investigations: risks and benefits, potential volumes, feasibility, partners’ credibility.

Proposal of a set of solutions: from risk management at large scale to the development of specific exemplary supply chains.

Guarantee and ensure your credibility

Production assessment according to internal guidelines, to standards and certifications.

Suppliers audits on production processes.

Support in the granting of responsible production certifications.

Traceability systems implementation.

Support and promote change

Facilitate the integration of new links (producers and processers) within the existing value chain.

Qualify and measure environmental and social benefits for new supply chains.

Awareness raising and training for operators (purchase) and suppliers.

Based on your needs, we can:

  • Develop new exemplary supply chains, focusing on specific products in favor of an innovative approach around a commodity
  • Follow a risk management and an ongoing improvement approach on a group of commodities, focusing on a large scale shift

Our priority areas

Raw materials are crucial to any processed product; they initiate and belong to its life cycle. Every line of business is impacted by environmental, social and societal consequences, whether positive or negative, from the early extraction phase.

We focus our efforts on supply chains where shift potential and impacts in favor of sustainable models are the highest:


Why choosing field investigation?

To meet all the stakeholders to exchange views and suggest new synergies between the different links in the supply chain.

To see, live and understand local production reality, to draw conclusions based on in situ observation.

To explore sprouting production models and identify promising potentials to invent unique supply chain models.

Give life to the origin of commodities through pictures, drawings and stakeholders interviews.