Supply Chain

Today’s supply chains are global networks of manufacturers, suppliers, logistics, and eCommerce/DTC retailers that work together to deliver products and brand experiences to consumers. As modern supply chains continue to expand, they also are becoming more complex and disparate. Typically, traditional supply chains use paper based and disjointed data systems that lead to information silos and make tracking products a time consuming task. Lack of traceability and transparency is an industry-wide challenge that leads to delays, errors, and increased costs. Modern supply chains need a unified view of data, while still being able to independently verify their transactions, such as production and transport updates. Solutions built using Amazon Managed Blockchain can provide the end-to-end visibility today’s supply chains need to track and trace their entire production process with unprecedented efficiency.

Nestle’s chain of origin coffee brings supply chain transparency w/ Amazon Managed Blockchain (2:59)

Customer spotlight

Nestle

Nestle

“Transparency in supply chains is increasingly important to consumers, who want to know what is in their food and where it comes from. While Nestlé has begun to release information on its supply chains for its 15 key commodities, using blockchain technology enables a more precise tracking,” said Armin Nehzat, Digital Technology Manager, Nestlé Oceania. “With Amazon Managed Blockchain, we are able to set up our Hyperledger Fabric network and easily invite our partners to collaborate in our supply chain transparency efforts. Amazon Managed Blockchain will enable our customers to track their products on the blockchain from the farm all the way through to consumption.”

Armin Nehzat, Digital Technology Manager - Nestlé Oceania

Use cases

  • Supply Chain
  • Supply Chain
  • Supply Chain

    A unified view of data from global networks of manufacturers, suppliers, logistics, and eCommerce/DTC retailers enables simplified delivery of products and brand experiences to consumers.

    Supply chains for CPG

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