SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS
The future of successful business lies in the supply chain
Using the toolbox estell we identify the resource consumption, environmental impacts and social hot spots of your company as well as your entire supply chain thoroughly. We determine all environmental and social effects, which can be quantified based on international reliable statistics.
We help you succeed in a comprehensive and efficient supply chain analysis:
Our analysis tool is based on the recognized economic model of multiregional input-output analysis as well as quality-assured data of international environment, resource, and social statistics.
Time and cost efficient
Our analysis tool provides fact-based findings instantly, as it only requires readily available information from financial controlling of your company
Environmental and social impacts can be identified by countries and economic sectors, as well as product groups, business units or stages within the supply chain. Thus the analysis provides revealing insights on which aspects of sustainability are particularly relevant for your company and should get the highest priority.
Consistent & enabling comparison and effect evaluation
We are able to relate individual environmental categories (greenhouse gas emissions, air pollutants, water consumption, land use) and compare them in a useful manner. Moreover, environmental effects can be set in ratio to financial figures. To identify social hotspots we use the standardized measure of social risk hours.
estell – fields of application
With estell we measure the environmental impacts of your company throughout the entire value chain. We also identify solutions that allow you to avoid or reduce ecological impacts.
With estell we help you to understand where and how your company and its supply chain affect the lives of people and how to induce positive effects.
The approach to capture the environmental impacts of the supply chain with monetary information facilitates many analyses and is the key for companies to a comprehensive sustainability management. The approach is methodically sound and is based on facts.