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Huawei steps up standard to be the Chinese electronics industry’s poster boy for sustainability

Huawei steps up standard to be the Chinese electronics industry’s poster boy for sustainability | Sustainable Procurement News | Scoop.it
According to consulting firm McKinsey & Co., many companies are integrating sustainability principles into their businesses to pursue goals that go far beyond managing their reputation. Examples include saving energy, reducing waste and maximising employee performance.
Huawei has operations in more than 170 countries, which has led it to embed sustainability requirements into its purchase strategies and business processes amid the rapid technological advances in its industry.
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Great to see that big Chinese companies such as Huawei are embedding sustainability requirements into their purchase strategies and business processes. Looking forward to see more companies following the step..

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Huawei focusing on supply chain green credentials

Huawei focusing on supply chain green credentials | Sustainable Procurement News | Scoop.it
“Business growth is not our only goal, as we are equally committed to fulfilling our corporate social responsibilities and pursuing sustainable development. We hope to join hands with our partners to build a harmonious business environment and for a Better Connected World,” said Kevin Tao, chairman of Huawei’s Corporate Sustainability Development (CSD) Committee.
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Great to see that Huawei is strengthening its supply chain by continuing the supplier energy conservation and emissions programs to build a greener global supply chain

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