Mastering Responsible Supply Chain Management…

IMPA ACT has developed the first responsible supply chain management and CSR workshop that is tailored to the shipping industry and its unique challenges. Last few places remains for the IMPA ACT Copenhagen Workshop (17-18th June)
Mastering Responsible Supply Chain Management…

IMPA ACT's carefully constructed two-day programme will provide companies in the shipping and marine industry with ‘fast-track’ insights into the requirements of responsible supply chain management (RSCM) and what it takes to meet the needs of the latest international expectations in corporate social responsibility (CSR).

The programme will explain why procurement professionals need to integrate CSR criteria into their supply chain thinking and decision making and exactly how to go about it.

Designed to provide a thorough background and detailed overview of the IMPA ACT workshop delegates will gain a full and complete understanding of how each one of the IMPA ACT tools piece together to provide a complete RSCM programme.

During the upcoming Copenhagen workshop taking place on the 17th and 18th of June, course participants will learn the ‘Why’ and ‘How’ of modern RSCM practice, how to implement the IMPA ACT Tools, and how to evaluate and protect against risk in the supply chain.

The course cost for the two-day workshop, inclusive of lunch and refreshments, is £945 (DKK 8660). A 50 percent discount is available to members of the Danmarks Rederiforening (Danish Ship Owners Association) and IMPA ACT members. A discount of 25 per cent is available for group bookings (four participants or more).

A few places remain for the IMPA ACT Training in Copenhagen. To register your interest and reserve a place in the IMPA ACT Copenhagen Course or future courses, please go to

IMPA ACT is an IMPA programme that was launched at IMPA London 2013. IMPA ACT aims to improve corporate social responsibility and responsible supply chain management (RSCM) in the international shipping and marine industries. The unique international reach geographically and in terms of trade, combined with the challenges such as managing environmental impacts and meeting minimum labour conditions, means that IMPA ACT is more important than ever.


by Tom Holmes

Marine Trader Editor

Tom Holmes is the Editor of Marine Trader and, the official publications of the International Marine Purchasing Association (IMPA). To discuss news, features or contributing to Marine Trader please get in touch.

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