Supply Chain Innovation: How Gelato's local production model is changing the game for sustainability
In a recent episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, Gelato founder and CEO, Henrik Müller-Hansen shares how Gelato is actively reducing the environmental consequences of the printing sector while simultaneously tackling the obstacles posed by shifting consumer preferences, sustainability concerns, and a divided world. Additionally, Henrik and the show's host explore the inner workings of localized production and how it's enhancing the efficiency and sustainability of the global supply chain.
In this episode you'll hear about:
The current status and future of 3D printing and its potential in revolutionizing e-commerce.
The major trends shaping future supply chains, including sustainability, legislation, and print technology advancement.
The inner workings of Gelato's global, decentralized print-on-demand network and how it's enabling local production and distribution.
Listen to the full podcast below.
Gelato enables local, on-demand production on a global scale through the world’s largest network for production on demand. Gelato produces personalized products in 32 countries, enabling creators and ecommerce sellers to scale their business and reach customers faster while reducing waste, costs, and carbon emissions. By doing so they are changing the game, making it possible for small ideas to grow and make an impact. For both people and the planet.
Gelato was founded by CEO Henrik Müller-Hansen in 2007, and consists of the Gelato platform and the consumer brand Optimalprint. The company has offices in Barcelona, Belgrade, Berlin, Boston, Kyiv, Lahore, London, Lund, Madrid, Mumbai, São Paulo, Shanghai, Singapore, Stockholm, Tallinn, Tokyo, and Toronto. Gelato’s headquarters are located in Oslo, Norway.