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7th edition of the Dubai Sustainable Supply Chain Forum held in Dubai

The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has hosted the 7th edition of the Dubai Sustainable Supply Chain Forum at its premises, where members of the business community in Dubai highlighted the best practices in implementing an impactful supply chain and sustainability programmes.

Organised by the Sustainability in Supply Chain Task Force under the Dubai Chamber Sustainability Network, the forum provided an ideal platform for various supply chain stakeholders to initiate a dialogue and share their experiences in this area.

Tariq Abdessalam, Head of Planning, Logistics and Process Improvement, Emerging Markets, CHEP, highlighted the benefits and positive results which can be achieved through transport collaboration, while Aruna Narayanan, Head of Environment Solutions, Strategic Initiatives, Dulsco delivered a presentation on how supply chain businesses can improve recycling practices. In addition, Sara Ibrahim, Environmental Researcher, Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, shared her insights on the UAE’s recycling regulations and options available for companies that are keen to promote recycling within their buildings and offices.

Following the presentations, attendees participated in an interactive discussion and identified key challenges and possible solutions in implementing impactful sustainability-related programmes.

Dr. Belaid Rettab, Senior Director, Economic Research and Sustainable Business Development Sector, Dubai Chamber, noted that the forum supports Dubai Chamber’s efforts to raise awareness on sustainability best practices, and foster a culture of CSR within the business community.

“Several practical recommendations were outlined during the forum that can easily be adopted by companies operating in the supply chain space. The Dubai Chamber Sustainability Network will continue to work closely with public and private sector stakeholders in Dubai to facilitate cooperation, and encourage them to align their efforts to maximise their impact,” Dr Rettab said.

Established by the Chamber’s Centre for Responsible Business, the Dubai Chamber Sustainability Network serves as the focal point for the business community to share and exchange best practices in implementing CSR.

The Centre for Responsible Business was established by the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry in 2004 to support and promote corporate social responsibility, CSR, and sustainability. The CRB also promotes Dubai as the GCC’s gateway for global commerce by offering its business partners an environment of transparency and the rule of law.

Source: WAM

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