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Auto giants launch raw materials partnership to tackle industry supply chain risk

by Futures Centre, Dec 12
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“Drive Sustainability, a partnership between ten leading automotive companies — BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford, Honda, Jaguar Land Rover, Scania CV AB, Toyota Motor Europe, Volkswagen Group, Volvo Cars and Volvo Group — is launching a Raw Materials Observatory to address key ethical, environmental and labor rights issues along the automotive supply chain and help industry suppliers improve performance, lower risk and reduce their environmental footprint.”

Auto Giants Launch Raw Materials Partnership to Tackle Industry Supply Chain Risk

Drive Sustainability, a partnership between 10 leading automotive companies – BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford, Honda, Jaguar Land Rover, Scania CV AB, Toyota Motor Europe, Volkswagen Group, Volvo Cars and Volvo Group – is launching a Raw Materials Observatory to address key ethical, environmental and labor rights issues along the automotive supply chain and help industry suppliers improve performance, lower risk and reduce their environmental footprint.

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