Sustainable supply chain
Sustainable supply chain is one of Valmet’s sustainability focus areas. Our target is to continuously enhance our supply chain management and the transparency of our value chain. We want to ensure that we operate responsibly throughout the value chain, and that the materials and components we procure are in compliance with relevant local and global regulations and standards.
Key figures in sustainable supply chain in 2018:
corrective actions 2015-2018
supplier sustainability audits
verified completed actions
of new direct suppliers screened for sustainability
Sustainable Supply Chain Policy updated to meet today’s requirements
Valmet's Sustainable Supply Chain Policy has been updated. The new policy addresses current sustainability themes better and is more condensed in structure. Read more and get to know the new policy.
Auditing suppliers for sustainability
Every year, Valmet conducts around 50 sustainability audits for its suppliers as part of its sustainable supply chain program. At the core of the process is Valmet’s own supplier sustainability auditor pool, which consists of Valmet professionals from global procurement.
Supplier Sustainability with Dynaxcel
Dynaxcel, a key supplier in India, and Valmet have been working together to achieve mutual benefits from supplier cooperation. One aspect has been the integration of sustainability principles into Dynaxcel’s operations. Find out how supplier sustainability can lead to operational development.
Supplier sustainability audit kicks off a cycle of positive developments
All companies should demand responsible conduct from their suppliers. This means hard work but can really make a difference on our way towards a more sustainable future. Read how Valmet audits its suppliers.
Responsibility benefits the entire value chain
Valmet works systematically to ensure more responsible business practices throughout its global supply chain. Close collaboration with our suppliers also leads to increased customer benefits and enhanced transparency in the value chain. Case Outokumpu.