2021 Sustainable Supply Chain Report Launch 永續循環經濟品牌供應鏈報告書發表
ECCT Low Carbon Initiative (LCI) Event
2021 Sustainable Supply Chain Report Launch
A milestone collaboration on building Taiwan’s sustainable supply chain
Since 2018, the ECCT LCI and the MOEA IDB has been working on building Taiwan’s global supply chain based on circular economy and sustainability. The endeavors made by the both teams for the past three years have helped the ECCT member companies and Taiwan local suppliers form substantial business cooperation, and most importantly set up a successful model of building Taiwan’s sustainable supply chain.
In 2021 October, a report to disclose the model of developing new revenue streams and discover Taiwan’s potential of stepping into global supply chain will be co-launched by the LCI and IDB. The “2021 Sustainable Supply Chain Report” will also analyze the shift of global supply chain after the Covid pandemic, and forecast the impact of EU’s carbon border tax on Taiwan companies.
Below please find the brief intro of the “2021 Sustainable Supply Chain Report” and LCI-IDB cooperation since 2018:
|標題 Topic||內容說明 Content|
Global circular supply chain
Dev. of the global circular supply chain, trends in demand of recycled materials, goals of intl. brand circular economy purchasing strategies
Taiwan and Europe Circular Economy Policy
Overview of Taiwan-EU trade, Taiwan and the EU's circular economy policy
Taiwan’s circular supply chain capabilities
Global supply chain sustainability risk analysis and the impact on Taiwan’s suppliers. Circular industrial advantages in Taiwan such as recycled plastics and recycled metals.
Taiwan’s circular economy promotion plan – Brand / Supply chain matchmaking mechanism
Circular Economy Industrial Platform and domestic reutilization of manufacturer database, and Circular Supply Chain Matchmaking mechanism
Cases of successful matchmaking, events & brand recommendations
|6||邁向未來 Towards the future||挑戰與機會：碳邊境稅調整、供應鏈重組、後疫情的反思
Challenges and opportunities: the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), supply chain restructuring, post-epidemic reflection