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TfS will host a one-hour session at the WSPC 2022. The session’s theme is “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
Establishing sustainability in the supply chains of the chemical industry, getting upstream transparency on sustainability risks in, and contributing to decarbonisation by Scope 3 GHG emission reductions are only some of the challenges that TfS has successfully been tackling for 10 years. The enduring TfS motto is “An Audit for one is an Audit for all!”

Learn about the TfS approach to jointly tackle sustainability challenges in one of the most complex global industries and how the procurement organizations of the current 33 member companies transformed and have been benefiting from the collaborative approach.

Panelists include:

  • Bertrand Conqueret, Chief Procurement Officer Henkel, TfS President and Co-Founder of the Sustainable Procurement Pledge
  • Gabriele Unger, General Manager, TfS
  • Nina Baumann, Supplier Sustainability Specialist at Merck
  • Maria Almenar, Group SHEQ & Sustainability Director at Azelis
  • Morne Labuschagne, Head of Sustainability and Governance, Global Procurement and Logistics at Lanxess
  • Sabine Schellander, Group Head of Sustainability SEMPERIT AG Holding
  • Kimmo Stahlberg, Director, Supplier Quality and Sustainability UPM Sourcing at UPM
  • Verena Buback, Head of Supplier Decarbonisation at Merck

Moderator & SPP Steering Group member: Astrid Bosten, Senior Sustainability Manager Purchasing Henkel, Chair TfS Workstream Capability Building & Communication, SPP Advocacy Team Lead

Register for this World Sustainable Procurement Day Session via this link:


#WSPD2022 is a 24 hours, full-day virtual event, with online sessions focusing sustainability challenges in procurement & the supplychain, presented by procurementpractitioners for procurementpractitioners.

#WSPD2022 is scheduled the day of the #spring #equinox on March 21, starting with sunrise sessions in #asiapacific and ending with its sunset in the western countries.

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