Archived — Retail chains and consumer product goods
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Published by Industry Canada, 2009.
With increased consumer interest in environmental impacts, green supply chain management (GSCM) is becoming increasingly important for Canadian retail chains and consumer product goods business partners. This report provides unique insights to help Canadian retail and consumer products supply chain executives understand the current trends and to recognize the benefits of adopting GSCM practices in distribution activities.
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