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16.07.

In its Communication on ‘Tackling unfair trading practices in the business-to-business food supply chain’ published on 15 July 2014, the European Commission expressed its support to The Supply Chain Initiative.

07.07.

The questionnaire of the annual compliance survey is now available in 23 EU languages. You can find it here

The survey will be open from 1st September to 30 September. 

02.07.

Press release – The Supply Chain Initiative reaches 100 registrations.

Today the “Supply Chain Initiative” reaches an important milestone, as it marks its 100th signatory company.

02.04.

The Governance Group has developed a mapping of mediation and arbitration centers present in all EU Member States. The objective is to provide assistance to companies - registered and interested ones - to comply with the process requirement according which registered companies must offer five particular options to solve their disputes, including mediation or arbitration. 

26.03.

The online training programme on the ‘Principles of Good Practice in the Food Supply Chain’ is now available in Spanish, Polish and Italian. This e-learning course offers an easy, cost effective way to train your employees on these principles.

You can get further information on the e-learning and on how to access it here.

02.01.

The online training programme on the ‘Principles of Good Practice in the Food Supply Chain’ is now available in Spanish, Polish and Italian. This e-learning course offers an easy, cost effective way to train your employees on these principles.

You can get further information on the e-learning and on how to access it here.

 

02.01.

Since its official launch on the 16 September 2013, 'The Supply Chain Initiative - Together for good trading practices' is getting an increasing support from the institutions of the European Union. 

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