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Case Study: Strengthen Your Environmental Compliance Management with Centralization and Outsourcing

June 17, 2021

Companies that operate multi-nationally often face a high level of complexity regarding compliance obligations. In Europe alone, more than 80 different regulations apply to WEEE, batteries, and packaging. As a result, more and more companies are choosing to outsource and centralize these obligations as it's often a time-consuming and costly task that is not part of their core business.

Following that trend, this case study analyzes the decision of a leading automotive manufacturer to centralize and outsource its compliance obligations to RLG. We'll discuss the initial situation, potential options for the company, and the benefits of working with a dedicated service provider like RLG.

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