Supply Chains are Complex Patterns
It is no secret that chain supplies have truly long and complex patterns. Let’s take the phone, tablet, or computer you are reading this blog on as an example. It is made of several parts that come from different places. Companies may find it complicated to demonstrate due diligence in such global trade models. Some even de-responsible themselves by arguing that they do not influence their supply chain. Nevertheless, socio-environmental regulations apply to many businesses. Conflict minerals, human trafficking, and other environmental regulations are some examples.