Implementation of the theoretical concept of green procurement and supplier selection in Estonian shipbuilding industry. Rohelise hanke ja tarnija valiku protsessi teoreetilise kontseptsiooni rakendamine Eesti laevaehitustööstuses
Keywords: Environmental Policy, Enterprise Strategy, Green Supplier Selection, Green Procurement, Green Purchasing, Maritime Industry
AbstractIndustrial companies are to an increasing extent faced with requirements for better sustainability performance. Green market expands and green purchasing is regarded as a contribution to sustainable development. This paper examines impacts of implementing environmental management systems on enterprises’ competitiveness in international supply chains at the example of Estonian shipbuilding enterprises. The theoretical concept of supplier selection process is used. The alignment problems of green procurement requirements and conditions are considered. The paper focuses on the relationships in the chain affecting the procurement and selection processes. The ship's chain and life cycle of the product specifics are also provided.
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Lindroos, K. (1). Implementation of the theoretical concept of green procurement and supplier selection in Estonian shipbuilding industry. Rohelise hanke ja tarnija valiku protsessi teoreetilise kontseptsiooni rakendamine Eesti laevaehitustööstuses. Estonian Discussions on Economic Policy, 23(2). https://doi.org/10.15157/tpep.v23i2.12495
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