Proposed law aims to reshape logistics and procurement, triggering global impact and debate
By: David Bland
“The CSDD opens a transformative era for all businesses, direct selling included, with acute implications for companies with complex supply chains… Preparedness is paramount.” —Laure Alexandre, Executive Director, SELDIA
The European Union (EU) is preparing to enforce a groundbreaking supply chain law that aims to revolutionize logistics and procurement operations across the continent. The Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDD), also called the European Supply Chain Act, seeks to hold companies accountable for their impact on human rights and the environment, not only within their own operations but also within their supply and value chains.
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