Your brand is only as reliable and trustworthy as the quality of products you put out into the market.
Without a robust product compliance program in place, the integrity of your brand is bound to be compromised sooner or later.
Our complimentary eBook ‘How to Build Systems to Ensure Product Compliance in Large Supply Chains’ lays the foundation for building a robust compliance program to help you avoid costly mishaps and begin overcoming compliance issues today.
Effectively managing growing supply chain complexities is something that most purchasing managers/importers deal with on a day to day basis.
As your brand grows compliance issues you never knew were there (nor were prepared for) may rear their ugly head, and it’s up to you to begin pinpointing issues and plugging the holes your profits will fall through, before the consumers of today tear them open even wider.
Ensuring product compliance starts and ends with one thing:
A robust compliance program.
A working compliance program addresses the rules, standards, regulations and requirements that your company or brand sets for its suppliers. These standards will create the accountability within the supply chain that consumers today are looking for.
At this stage if you are pondering on the necessity and importance of compliance, take a look at this:
In 2007, Mattel had to recall 1.5 million lead covered toys due to negligence. The company ended up having to pay a $12.3 million settlement with another $2.3 million in civil penalties for violating a lead paint ban.
“Can your company afford a mistake like this?”
‘How to Build Systems to Ensure Product Compliance in Large Supply Chains’
Learn how to avoid costly mishaps so you can begin overcoming compliance issues through understanding:
Our complimentary eBook will provide you with in-depth insights into the systems that go into building a compliant supply chain that can sustain your company going forward.
The key to your success will be how well you are able to integrate these systems into every tier of your brand and supply chain, creating opportunities that will give you a competitive advantage over your competitors.