A recent survey by global management firm, Boston Consulting Group, found an overwhelming number of consumers support green supply chain initiatives. The survey also found an impressive 70% of consumers
are willing to pay more for sustainable goods.
As we move to support a more sustainable life - suppliers, whether direct to consumer or business to business, are too looking at new ways of working to ensure we’re all doing our bit to mitigate the impact of our effects on the planet.
While product and price are still important, there are an increasing number of contractors and trade professionals in the civils sector who want to know how their goods are being supplied. As the sector drives to mitigate risks and help shape a more sustainable world, finding a supply partner that can help them have a more positive impact on the communities they serve, has become a big priority for Keyline Civils Specialist’s customers. The conversation no longer revolves solely around price and availability - it’s now also about how the industry can best work together to improve our environment for the future.
Keyline is committed to leading the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) agenda and driving meaningful change across the industry. Here, Chris Woollard, our Commercial Director, shares four ways we are driving the green agenda.