What you need to know about Digital Traceability


Globalisation has brought many benefits, but also a lack of understanding of local legislative requirements (e.g. understanding code requirements), an increased carbon footprint for longer logistics journeys, and risks and uncertainty over products’ origins, quality, compliance, and related assurances. 

The problems caused by the lack of visibility and assurance of fact through the supply chain are driving global demand for digital product traceability to international standards. End-consumers and responsible businesses want certainty when it comes to safety and quality, as well as ESG performance. 

In construction, with the push to optimise process efficiencies and ensure compliance with local regulations, digital traceability from source to end product is being seen as a game-changer. But what would this look like and how should it work?

Find out in thisarticle by ACRS in Construction Engineering Australia.

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