Sustainability

Sustainability is a principle of resource utilization and conservation. This means that sociocultural, ecological, and economic resources are only consumed to the extent that they will also be available to future generations in the same quality and quantity. Sustainable action requires a re-thinking with regard to the conscious handling of resources and the preservation of social justice. Companies’ sustainable efforts can have positive effects, such as customer acquisition and loyalty, cost-reduction potential, gaining and securing of market shares, securing of social-legal legitimacy, gaining and loyalty of employees, as well as the establishment of a [good] reputation. Sustainability, with its numerous facets, also plays a large role for valantic. To see what measures valantic is already taking with regard to sustainability and which are planned for the future, visit “About us”.

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Bild von Philipp Grittner, Berater bei valantic im Bereich Logistikmanagement, im Hintergrund ein Windrad und eine Solaranlage, Nachhaltigkeit bei valantic
The path to sustainability

Philipp Grittner, consultant at valantic in the area of logistics management, gives us an insight into the topic of sustainability at valantic. In the interview, he talks about the idea of making valantic a more sustainable company and the path to sustainability.

Bild von Marco Fuhr, Senior Consultant im Bereich Logistikmanagement, im Hintergrund Windräder, eine Photovoltaik-Anlage und das Ladekabel eines Elektroautos, Nachhaltigkeit im Supply Chain Management
Sustainability in Supply Chain Management

Marco Fuhr, Senior Consultant Logistics Management at valantic, in an interview about sustainability in supply chain management.