For years, companies have knowingly or unknowingly overlooked the impact they have when it comes to sustainability. This is no longer acceptable. Specright enables customers to make products and packaging right, every time. Our vision is to live in a world without waste. Join us.
The era of transformational change is upon us and the pace of change is accelerating rapidly. Sustainability is one of the biggest challenges shaping this era. New, and ever-changing regulations, sourced materials, and consumer preferences demand sustainability, but with little visibility into packaging and supply chain specs, it’s difficult to track, analyze and benchmark metrics.
At Specright, our vision is to live in a world without waste. We realize that’s a bold statement, but it is possible. We help our customers make products and packaging right, every time. Today, people and companies, want to be sustainable, but there is a data gap between ambition and action. We believe Specright can help you bridge that gap and achieve your sustainability goals.
Rising to the Challenge of a More Sustainable World
Sustainability is not just something “nice” to do, it’s now a necessity. Now, with protocols around Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), Greenhouse Gas (GHG), CO2e emissions, and climate change being implemented across the globe, more responsibility is being put on producers to ensure packaging and products is sustainable and the manufacturing impact on climate change is reduced.
Chat with Matt: Sustainability - Bridging the Gap Between Vision & Action
Join Specright Founder & CEO Matthew Wright for a virtual "Chat with Matt" session to learn how to make your sustainability goals a reality. Kris Corbin, Co-Founder and Chief Supply Chain Officer, of Bright Future Foods, joins the discussion to share insights on what it means to keep sustainability at the forefront of product innovation.
At Specright, our vision is to live in a world without waste. We help make products and packaging the right way -- every time. Through the digitization of specification data, as well as networking across your enterprise and supply chain, we enable business intelligence and traceability throughout the lifecycle of your items.
“Where we see sustainability opportunities for us in the industry as a whole is looking for biomass reduction. And with packaging, we use a tremendous amount of corrugated or paper products in general, and we need to be able to recognize what those products are that we’re packaging with, being able to identify volumes, costs and so on, so that we can actually put number to those biomass reductions in relation to the amount of corrugated, amount of paper, anything that goes into the packaging product.”
Packaging Engineer, Caterpillar
“Nailing the spec side of specifically anything emissions-related in our business case is definitely key. Having a tool such as Specright in our hands and at our disposal will enable us to adapt and move more quickly as emissions regulations change."
Implementation Project Manager, BASF
“At Bright Future Foods, we talk about wearing our carbon glasses. That’s the area of sustainability that we’ve chosen to focus on and that we can affect. So, that as we do that, others will be able to tackle other pieces to sustainability. I think that’s really the key takeaway is to understand what you can do, go after it, and be part of a bigger solution.”
Make Your Sustainability Strategy a Reality vs. a Goal
Many companies are struggling with reliable visibility, sustainable design, and delivering on goals that are oftentimes set at a corporate level. Some companies don’t even know where to start on setting goals — but are being forced to act by emerging regulations. Aggregating and understanding specification data can be a manual, lengthy process that typically has to be performed year after year. A task which many companies cannot feasible manage annually from a resource and financial standpoint.