Why join Sedex?
Retailers, consumer brands, governments and NGOs are under constant pressure to monitor and understand their supply chains.
Revelations of unfair or unsafe labour practices, corruption, or environmental negligence in the supply chain can damage a company’s reputation and lead to a loss of revenue.
Suppliers are under pressure to provide ethical data to various customers, undergo multiple audits and comply with different codes and standards.
Duplicating all of this information can be counter-productive, often leading to a loss of productivity and preventing suppliers from concentrating resources on improving standards.
Supply chain management solution
Sedex offers a simple and effective way of managing ethical and responsible practices in your supply chain.
By allowing suppliers to share the same data with many customers, Sedex helps reduce the need for multiple audits, allowing both parties to concentrate on making improvements.
Click here for more information on how Sedex can help your organisation.
Joining Sedex can help you to:
- drive improvements in ethical and responsible business practices
- increase efficiency
- save time and resources
- improve supplier engagement
- boost productivity
- reduce reputational risk
- gain competitive advantage
- help drive collaboration and reduce duplication
Click here to join Sedex and become part of a fast growing, globally recognised membership organisation that is facilitating ethical improvements in supply chains
How do I join?
For more information on the registration process, please see ‘How do I join?’.
What does it cost?
Please visit our ‘Pricing’ page for information on membership fees.
What our members say
Sedex saves us time and money
Baumgarten Gráfica views Sedex as a very important tool for sharing good practice and helping to drive environmental and social improvements in the supply chain. Operationally, the Sedex tool saves us time and money by enabling us to share the same information with multiple customers, helping us to cut down on unnecessary paperwork.
Ronaldo Baumgarten Jr, Baumgarten Gráfica Ltda (B member)
Helping to improve standards
As a founding member of Sedex, M&S knew what benefit such a system could deliver and it’s great to see the real difference that the organisation has made in reducing duplication and helping to improve standards.
Louise Nicholls, Marks & Spencer (A member)
A vital business tool
Sedex is a vital business tool for Tesco. Dialogue with our industry peers also helps us ensure our systems and activities don’t duplicate work that is already taking place.
Giles Bolton, Tesco (A member)