Mapping and developing your value chains, targets parts of the supply chain where real value is generated. This is a simple way to obtain clarity on value-adding steps throughout development and manufacture of your product and the associated supply chain.
Know where to build capacity.
Determine project viability in advance.
Uncover untapped potential.
Identify new revenue streams, business opportunities and markets.
Secure steady, guaranteed raw material supply.
Examples: Recently mapped value chains
Developing the waste economy value chain has significant social, environmental and economic benefits.
The recycling value chain can create significant opportunity for economic growth, reduced environmental footprint and a means of addressing consumer concerns.
The alien vegetation biomass value chain looks beyond resilience from waste to resource. We explore potential beneficiation applications to create value.
Optimizing the value of biomass could help to cover the costs of clearing, potentially making it economically viable and creating jobs. All of this and water security for South Africa!
Developing natural product value chains is not only significant to large, international markets but can become an innovative way for local communities to design their own futures.
Exploring natural product value chains such as for the agroprocessing of Sceletium, creates infinite opportunities. Seen here under development in the Kranshoek and Harkerville communities.
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