“We brought in Greenomics to analyze our GHG emissions and to identify the optimal location for our next manufacturing facility for our HolyCrap and Skinny B ready to eat cereals. This strategic approach will lead to a reduction in GHG emissions of 60% while simultaneously reducing costs and improving customer service which is the ultimate business case for sustainability.”
Brian Mullins, CEO,
Hapi Foods Group Inc.
What are you missing when you measure your manufacturing and distribution centre Greenhouse Gases? We are betting you’re missing out on improved revenues, substantially reduced GHGs and increased customer service and satisfaction.
Using Greenhouse Gas Management Strategies that reduce costs and risks at the same time as improving customer experience may seem revolutionary, but we think it is a prime business case for sustainability.
Typically the solution to reducing GHG emissions means spending more money through the purchase of green power or carbon offsets. While in theory this may appear good for your image and the environment, it can also make you less profitable or competitive. Meanwhile your competitors are seeking real solutions instead of temporary fixes.
Our White paper “Using Greenhouse Gas Management Strategies for Manufacturing and Distribution to Reduce Costs and Risks, and Improve Customer Experience” revolutionizes how we think about becoming more sustainable.
Greenomics can show you how to reduce your GHG emissions by 50% or more, while reducing your manufacturing costs and improving your customer’s experience, by assessing the entire value chain of your products and services.
Check out our white paper to learn how this works and why it will work for your manufacturing and distribution operations.