Calculate the greenhouse gas footprint for every product to ensure that all Mont Gele Gear® business operations are always 100% carbon neutral.
Mont Gele Gear® is now able to communicate its carbon footprint with full transparency to its clients.
Knowing its Co2 emissions allows Mont Gele Gear® to ensure that its overall business operations are always 100% carbon neutral by planting new trees to balance the emissions emitted.
Map the product supply chains from the bee to the honey jar.
Communicate its certificates (environment, health, security) and the volume of honey produced by flavour and season to consumers.
The date and location of each harvest, the volume, the extraction site and the potting date for each product are known and communicated to the consumers.
Each production step is controlled and optimized by the beekeepers.
The brand transparency approach has brought more credibility and notoriety to Miel Martine.
Miel Martine received a special distinction at the French Innovation Corner during the ISM Cologne 2018 Show for its application of Respect-code.org in its operations.
Integrate criteria pertaining to supply chain transparency and sustainability throughout the project, from the request for bids to the delivery of materials at the building site.
By enhancing the visibility of and control over each step of the material supply chain from the quarry to delivery at the building site, the Municipality of Pully will ensure an appropriate respect for social and environmental standards.
It is intended that this pioneer project will serve as an example for other public entities wishing to engage in the tracing of materials. It may also be extended to future projects in Pully.
Differentiate itself from plastic products and make BioApply’s bags recognizable and identifiable by consumers and waste collection and sorting organizations.
Strengthen consumers’ confidence and partners’ trust with an authentic communication oriented toward traceability and transparency.
Be an active promoter of sustainability and raise BioApply’s standards and requirements in terms of sustainability and quality through a controlled supply chain.
The publication of BioApply’s supply chains highlights the consistency of the company’s value chain for local and low carbon footprint production.
A specific QR code for each product batch makes imitations and product fraud more difficult.
The control over quality is facilitated thanks to a precise knowledge of production and distribution dates.
Concerned about the source of the 400 employees’ workwear on the construction sites, the company commissioned Product DNA to trace its clothes and shoes supply chains upstream from its direct suppliers.
The analysis of data collected and the mapping of all actors involved in the value chains, from the origin of raw materials to INDUNI through the production and manufacturing stages have the aim to ensure that the supply chains comply with the company’s CSR requirements.
This traceability approach allows INDUNI to have better visibility and control on its workwear supply chains. The company can thus promote, or even require compliance with environmental and social standards at each stage of the product supply chain by developing traceability requirements dedicated to direct suppliers.
In addition, the in-depth knowledge of the garment supply chains is part of the company’s willingness to move towards a low-carbon economy in which the company can reduce its environmental impacts and even look ahead to offer repair or recycling solutions.
Map and verify the production chain of its timepieces by tracing the origin of calibers (movement, module, mass, disks), cases, dials, hands, bracelets and buckles.
Make the details of its creations and all the production stages transparent to suppliers and customers.
Continue to “spin traceability” through the manufacture of its timepieces. Thus, following the Maison’s commitment to responsible consumerism.
Customers can discover all the details of their watch according to the model, by connecting either on the platform Respect-code.org or on the Maison’s website. They have access to the names of suppliers, their specificities, contact information and location.
This approach to enhancing the value of its partners remains a pioneering one in the watchmaking industry that still favors the confidentiality of subcontractors, even though they are essential to its vitality.