Food & agriculture
The vulnerability of global food production to climate risk is striking, with supply chain interruptions and rising prices being already observed.
Food companies are impacted by climate change at various levels. Not only raises the risk of shortages in raw agricultural produce, due to a raising frequency of extreme weather conditions. Also end consumers having a say on food production, demanding for more sustainable and fair practices.
Tamaota has started off demonstrating global shifts in the cocoa supply chain to be expected up to 2030. Since this study, we acquired vast experience in the analysis of global food value chains and their risk to climate impacts. Our quantitative tools allow for informed decision making with a long-term horizon, keeping the companies license to operate valid in times of change.
Supply chain risks leading to business interruption are the most regarded impacts of climate change in the pharmaceutical industry. However, more exotic risks play and ever larger role in today’s globalized economy.
As many sectors, pharma relies on interconnected supply chains that are globally spread. If water shortage upstream the supply chain prevents a certain raw material from being delivered to downstream production, this has impacts on both, financial figures and the well-being of patients.
But pharma especially feels the change in demand of its products: With changing climate and ongoing global integration, tropical diseases find their way to northern and southern regions of the globe and change local patterns of pharmaceutical demand.
With our technology platform, we are able to evaluate and forecast also nowadays exotic risks and pattern changes with unprecedented ease and to the strong benefit of our pharmaceutical clients.
Processes and business models in the chemicals sector are heavily vulnerable against climate change, but its products are among the most important means to deliver the zero-carbon transition.
Chemical manufacturers around the world started to identify the risks their processes and business models are exposed to in a world of climate chance and resource constraints. Mitigating those risks and focusing on the development of products required to save energy and reduce the global footprint will one-to-one reflect in increasing revenue and stable business operation.
Tamaota helps chemicals companies to quantify the risk exposure of their operations, supply chains, and product strategies through IoT-driven data generation, robust scenario analysis, and automated management and financial reporting. Our real-time and continuous risk and opportunity monitoring solution enables quantitative management decisions and compliant communication to all stakeholders.
Climate stress particularly impacts on product and production strategies in the manufacturing sector.
Electric cars, urbanization and digitalization offers vast opportunities for industrial companies. However, risks around global supplies of resources and water, local climate change, and regulation take a particular share of management’s agenda.
Manufacturing companies need transparency on how their complex and global operations are exposed to environmental and climate risks. Only a quantitative and complete picture will enable the necessary agility and responsiveness to build and maintain resilient companies.
Tamaota developed seamless technology to collect data with subject matter expertise to quantify risks on industrial product and production strategies. At the core of the zero-carbon transition, industrial companies benefit from the best insights to allow data-driven strategic management decisions.