MANAGING OUR SUPPLY CHAIN SUSTAINABLY

We understand our long-term sustainability is intrinsically linked to the natural resources we depend on, from farm to consumer and back again. We must therefore ensure our supply chain practices are efficient, agile and protect the environment, while meeting our customers’ requirements in full.

We carefully manage our supply chain to ensure we deliver reliably, responsibly and sustainably and at the right quality. Quality is a critical component to ensure we deliver superior products and packaging.


Clean, accessible water for all is an essential part of the world we want to live in. However, water scarcity, poor water quality and inadequate sanitation negatively impact food security, livelihood choices and educational opportunities for individuals across the world.

Moreover, sustainable consumption and production is required to promote resource and energy efficiency and provide access to basic services, green and decent jobs and a better quality of life for all.

For us at Distell, we preserve and protect the environment on which we depend. This includes developing reliable, sustainable and resilient infrastructure.

Through programmes and partnerships, we primarily contribute to indicators under SDGs 6 and 12. We indirectly contribute to SDGs 7, 9 and 11.

Preserving our environment

We monitor our performance against sustainability targets for 2025 related to water, electricity, fossil fuel-based energy usage and wastewater discharged. We have included abridged environmental performance information in our latest sustainability report to provide readers with a high-level overview of our efforts to act sustainably.

Responsible agricultural practices

We believe our values are synonymous with our continual drive to improve the health, safety, and fundamental rights of our employees and to protect and enhance the communities and environments we operate in.

As a key local player in the alcoholic beverages industry, we are also determined to take the lead in social compliance.