Circular Economy, Sustainability, Retailers and Supply Chain Collaboration
Keywords:Circular Economy, Sustainability, Retailers, Collaboration, Global Competition, Global Markets, GS1-ECR
Today, large-scale retailers and industrial companies cannot ignore the impacts generated by their activity. Consequently, they are increasingly adopting behaviors attentive to issues related to corporate social responsibility. Italian distributors, driven by consumers, the regulatory system and stakeholders, also demonstrate a growing commitment to initiatives characterized by an orientation towards sustainability, which is often developed through supply chain collaborations.
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