Brussels, 27 April 2022 – TfS is growing and just welcomed 3 new members companies: CABB, Mitsui and Sennics, bringing the total membership to 36 companies.
The growth of the membership underscores TfS’ leadership position with regarding to driving and delivering sustainability through chemical supply chains. Says TfS President Bertrand Conquéret “Together and with our strategic partners we continue to expand our reach and increase our impact on the sustainability performance in chemical supply chains around the world, especially in Asia. Given the regulatory landscape, climate challenges and market conditions, the need for sustainable businesses only intensifies. TfS is the crucial enabler to make supply chains and businesses at large more sustainable and contribute to developing a better world.”
CABB Group, a leading contract development and manufacturing company (CDMO) for starting materials, active ingredients and advanced intermediates; Mitsui, a Japanese trading company dealing globally in Chemicals, Energy, Metals and active in infrastructure projects; and Sennics, a service provider of polymer additives, and member of Sinochem International; have joined the TfS initiative for sustainable supply chains.
- With the arrival of CABB Group, Mitsui and Sennics the TfS member company count is now 36
- TfS welcomes its first Japanse member and second Chinese member
- The increase of membership confirms TfS’ leadership position with regard to driving and delivering sustainability through the chemical industry’s supply chains
- Against the backdrop of the climate challenge and growing regulatory requirements, TfS offers the chemical industry a framework and roadmap to make supply chains a key contributor to the overall corporate’s sustainability performance
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