For the second time in a row Nolato Cerbo has been rated Gold under the criteria of EcoVadis’ system for assessing companies’ sustainability efforts. Nolato Cerbo received even more points than last time, placing it in the top two percent of the best companies globally. The company gained the best result of any company in the plastics sector.
“Our sustainability work is a key part of our day-to-day work and it’s great to have our efforts recognized by external assessors,” says Glenn Svedberg, Managing Director of Nolato Cerbo. “Issues such as carbon footprint, a circular economy and good business ethics have become increasingly important for our customers. High ratings from EcoVadis clearly strengthen our position and encourage further work in this area.”
EcoVadis is the world's most trusted sustainability assessor. Nolato takes pride in their innovation in sustainability. Environmentally sustainable product development is a priority area, in which Nolato’s expertise and technology can contribute to customers’ environmental and carbon reduction efforts.
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- Bianka Cramblit
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- Created 16 Feb 2021
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