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29 February 2012

MWV joins Mutual Recognition Initiative

MWV, who joined AIM-PROGRESS last October, are now also part of the Mutual Recognition Initiative, by which 21 of the AIM-PROGRESS members agree to recognize, in principle, supplier audits completed on behalf of another company. This means reviewing submitted assessment reports to confirm they meet internal requirements. Suppliers are encouraged to share assessements and audits directly with members of the Mutual Recognition initiative or upload them via Sedex, if they are a member. For more information on Mutual Recognition, please visit the relevant part of this website.





06 February 2012

GMA releases report on environmental sustainbility

The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA), which co-sponsors AIM-PROGRESS with AIM, today released a new report spotlighting progress and achievements by food, beverage and consumer products companies as they seek to reduce their environmental footprints and promote sustainable business practices. Titled Environmental Success Stories in the Consumer Packaged Goods Industry, the report was compiled by PricewaterhouseCoopers and features industry success stories in the categories of air, water and waste management. 

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03 February 2012

Face-lift for AIM-PROGRESS

AIM-PROGRESS' new website has been launched along with a new visual identity. All relevant information about AIM-PROGRESS is now accessible to member and non-members on-line. We hope you like it. Any further questions you may have should be directed to





31 January 2012

Good-bye to Petar Sobic from Unilever

As announced at the last AIM-PROGRESS meeting in Vevey, Petar Sobic has retired from Unilever at the end of January 2012. He has been a great chairman to our initiative and pivotal in setting up AIM-PROGRESS and providing direction. Petar's successor, Traci Hampton, has now been appointed and will join us for future meetings.





24 January 2012

Supplier capability building

The Supplier Capability Building work stream had another amazing year in 2011. We reached more than 1.700 individuals through four face-to-face events (Johannesburg, Beijing, Mexico City, Nairobi) and three webinars (two in Europe, one in North America). The work stream is busy planning the 2012 schedule. To be communicated soon!





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