The H.H. Franklin Center for Supply Chain Management at the Whitman School is hosting the 66th annual Harry E. Salzberg Memorial Lecture Program on Oct. 8 from 2 to 5:30 p.m. at the School’s Lender Auditorium
This year’s recipient of the Salzberg Medallion is Unilever, being recognized for its contributions as a visionary, an innovator and a leader in supply chain sustainability. Unilever’s three pillars of sustainability combined with its philosophy that a healthy environment leads to a healthy business has resulted in numerous sustainability initiatives throughout the world. With operations in 190 countries Unilever’s zero waste efforts, sustainable sourcing and the ultimate impact of these practices are benchmark examples of the benefits of supply chain sustainability.
The Salzberg program is the first supply chain award in the U.S., established in 1949. The event recognizes individuals and organizations for their contributions in transportation, logistics and supply chain management. Industry executives from leading companies share insights into trends, advancements and innovations.
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