Cosmo Tech

The Green Supply Chain

Reshaping your supply chain for a sustainably-driven future

Balancing Sustainability with Profitability

In the wake of COVID-19, organizations are striving to enhance the agility and efficiency of their supply chain. These organizations are also working to improve the sustainability of their supply chain. According to a World Economic Forum report, companies like DHL, Nestle and Unilever are among 25 multinational companies that focused on sustainability and as a result increased revenue by up to 20% while cutting supply chain costs by as much as 16%. New technologies such as simulation digital twins can help meet sustainability targets without compromising cost and service.
Cut Carbon Emissions

Cut Carbon Emissions

Predict the environmental impact of each scenario and find emission-reduction opportunities.
Optimize <br/> Inventory

Optimize
Inventory

Eliminate costly stock-outs with precise prediction that balances supply and demand.
Reverse Supply Chain

Reverse Supply Chain

Optimize flows of returnable packaging and reduce waste.

Our customers go green

Nexans commits to carbon neutrality by 2030

Nexans commits to carbon neutrality by 2030

The global demand for electricity will continue rising, posing several challenges for electrification projects and the companies involved. Nexans has laid out a roadmap through which they hope to achieve their 2030 target.

Production Localization Strategy & Sustainability

Production Localization Strategy & Sustainability

Read how a Fortune 500 company optimized its sourcing strategy within existing and constrained production facilities while taking into account the environmental impact of this strategy.

RTE develops a sustainable grid

RTE develops a sustainable grid

RTE supports the energy transition and uses it to boost the French economy. They use solutions like Cosmo Tech Simulation Digital Twins to understand the effects of their activities on the environment and devise smarter strategies to support it.

With a Simulation Digital Twin, manufacturers can now reimagine their operations, services, and products at the interconnection of physical and digital assets. This choice enables an unprecedented jump in productivity combined with a more sustainable and resilient organization.