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AkzoNobel Enters Fourth Dimension

by Alex Scott
April 13, 2015 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 93, ISSUE 15

AkzoNobel is piloting 4D, a system to measure the firm’s environmental, human, social, and financial impacts along the whole of its value chain. The Dutch chemicals and paints firm says it has tested the approach at six of its sites in Brazil and that it is now using its findings to make relevant improvements. The approach will enable AkzoNobel “to do more with less,” CEO Ton Büchner says. The company now plans to scale up its use of 4D across the company.

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