An alluring business case about closed loop supplychain for printing plates

Agfa Graphics’ Closed Loop Supply Chain for Printing Plates: a best practice session during the International Supply Management Congress

Starting from the life cycle analysis of an offset printing plate and the question to what extend the aluminum base of such plate could be recycled into a new, high-quality printing plate, the idea for a circular business model for printing plates grew, was evaluated and rolled out in Europe.
Key to the success of this implementation is the win-win for all collaborating partners in the total supply chain.

Peter Verschave is Director Safety Health & Environment and Product Regulatory by Agfa and is one of the speakers of the track ‘Responsibility’ during the International Supply Management Congress on November 22nd.

About Peter Verschave
Peter Verschave is Director Safety Health & Environment and Product Regulatory by Agfa. Peter obtained a PhD degree in organic synthetic chemistry at the Catholic University of Leuven and an executive MBA at the University of Antwerp. He joined Agfa in 1986 as Project Manager on chemical process development and transferred in 1996 to the Central R&D department, where he assumed consecutively different positions as Director R&D. In 2014 he was appointed Global Director Safety, Health & Environment and Product Regulatory Affairs for Agfa Corporate.

About the Congress
The 6th edition of the International Supply Management Congress is a comprehensive and renowned international knowledge and networking event on November 22nd. Packed with 30 experts and thought leaders, reflecting on the future challenges for Supply Management & Procurement. Register now!

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