Our highly motivated staff are experts in making visible where products and ingredients are produced and by whom. They understand the relevant risks in the food-, fresh-, cosmetic-, detergents-, non-food-, apparel- and footwear sectors. They know what evidence (certifications and audit reports) to request and what questions to ask for each product group. SIM has several excellent project managers who can help you translate your supply chain policies and targets into data that needs to be gathered and actions that need to be taken. The SIM team also speaks more than 17 languages, enabling them to build trust and efficient cooperation by communicating in the suppliers’ native languages.
SIM Knowledge Center
Responsible buying and sourcing are getting more and more important for companies. In order to be successful, organizations need to integrate the KPIs into their buying conditions and contracts in order to be successful. This often means the buyers need to better understand how supply chains in the different categories are actually built, what the risks in the chains are and what to do when the risks are found. SIM has translated its experience of best practices into a set of solutions that will help companies become leaders in responsible sourcing.