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    • Increasing Sustainability in Manufacturing Sectors
    Today, most business leaders recognise the importance of leveraging data in everything from material sourcing, production, to compliance and certification. But how exactly?
     
    Join this panel to learn how public blockchain can support supply chain audits and certification.
     
    The panel is held by Circularise, ISCC and other partners. Many companies use ISCC PLUS for the certified integration of circular raw materials into supply chains and to make credible claims about their products.
     
    Circularise provides a digital system that can make auditing more efficient, and strengthens trust, credibility, security, and integrity of certified data. This helps companies to show traceable compliance and adhere to rules and regulations.
     

     
    • Increasing Sustainability in Manufacturing Sectors
    • Increasing Sustainability in Manufacturing Sectors
    More and more data on sustainability is created over the whole supply chain, first and foremost greenhouse gas emission. Verification is required to ensure the reliability of this data for stakeholders. But as the amount of data rises and supply chains are getting more complex, product carbon footprint (PCF) accounting and verification as practiced today face many scalability hurdles. Time consuming on-site audits, non-uniform documentation, secrets about the supply chain, manual information gathering, validation of gathered data and information sharing via mail are common problems, which result in a high price for the customer. TÜV SÜD and an industrial partner want to give insights and results from pilot projects on how these problems can be resolved and what the PCF process of the future may look like.