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Starts

12 Aug 2022, 15:30

Ends

12 Aug 2022, 16:30

Location

Online

Considering the convenience and remarkable versatility of plastics, tremendous growth in plastic consumption leads to global concerns on environmental issues. Subsequently, immense motivation and inspiration have emerged in the plastic industry toward a sustainability approach. It intrinsically contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and carbon footprint, promotion of a circular economy, and utilization of renewable resources. Sustainable development of the industry requires comprehensive risk management. Transparency becomes vital for sustainable plastic materials across the supply chains, enhancing trust and connectivity among tiers. 

Toyota Tsusho Group and SGS will co-host a webinar to share the market insight on sustainable plastic, challenges, and solutions in tracking the materials throughout the supply chain. 

Agenda:

  • The trend in Plastic Consumption 
  • Market insight of Sustainable Plastics 
  • Supply Chain Traceability of Sustainable Plastic Materials
  • Certification Schemes (SGS Biobased Plastic Verification, GRS/RCS, and ISCC) 
  • Q&A 

Language: Cantonese with English materials

Format: ON24

Speakers:

Mr. FAN Chun Hin, Manager, Plastic Department, Toyota Tsusho (H.K.) Corporation Limited

An experienced project manager in the Hong Kong branch of Toyota Tsusho Group, one of the well-known and reputable trading companies in Japan. He is responsible for the supply chain service of sustainable plastic materials, proactively helping the customers to meet the goals of sustainability, carbon-neutral and circular economy.

Ms. Ellen Yeung, Assistant Project Manager, SGS Hong Kong Limited

An auditor actively executing social and technical factory assessments, sustainable material validation, and ESG services. At the same time, she is managing various supply chain audit programs for retailers and brands. Recently, Ellen takes up the role of managing GRS and RCS certification services for Knowledge Solutions of SGS Hong Kong.