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Hyacint Consult.
Global trade and sustainable supply chains.

Insights, training, advisory services


At Hyacint Consult, our range of client services focuses on policy monitoring and compliance guidance in the field of global trade and sustainable supply chains. We provide support through insights, gap assessments, policy and strategy, implementation, training, capacity building, stakeholder engagement, (ESG) risk and impact management.


From governmental institutions to international partners or trade associations, Hyacint Consult conducts projects with the goal of guiding its clients towards their improved trade- and sustainability- related responsibilities.


We take pride in our strong track-record in the EU as well as emerging economies, tackling challenges in global trade and complex (raw materials) supply chains, to meet compliance and beyond-compliance ambitions. 


At Hyacint Consult, we work entirely customised, whilst our methodological approach is rooted in academic research as well as industry practices, standards and in-country experiences. We guide our clients to maintain their license to operate, and reach strategic trade and sustainability objectives.


Find out more on our approach and how we do this? 


Hyacint Consult unites a team of trade and sustainability experts, with particular expertise in raw materials sourcing and Responsible Business Conduct in global value chains.


Our experts are able to deliver highly professional services, bringing a wide range of perspectives and industry experiences from automotive, to electronics, agriculture and textiles. We bring a strong track-record in guiding our clients towards reaching strategic business objectives on trade and sustainability in global supply chains. From gathering insights, to formulating strategic policy objectives, and supporting implementation and stakeholder engagement. 



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