Optima receives silver medal from EcoVadis

28-Nov-2022

This places the Optima Group in the top 25% of the companies rated by EcoVadis

Optima receives silver medal from EcoVadis

Packaging company Optima has been awarded a silver medal by the EcoVadis rating agency. 

The areas assessed were the environment, labour and human rights, ethics, and sustainable procurement. Optima's sustainability strategy is assessed annually by EcoVadis to identify new potential initiatives and promote existing activities.

"The jump from last year's bronze medal to this year’s silver medal demonstrates that we are on track with our sustainability strategy. We are looking to become outstanding across the board in the areas of environment, social responsibility and corporate governance", said Dr Stefan König, Managing Director at Optima.

Since May 2022, Optima's company-wide sustainability strategy "We care for tomorrow" has consisted of three pillars: circular packaging, sustainable technology and corporate sustainability.

The jump from last year's bronze medal to this year’s silver medal demonstrates that we are on track with our sustainability strategy

This means that Optima is targeting packaging solutions for a circular economy along with resource-saving production processes developed in partnership with customers. In addition, past activities are integrated into a comprehensive environmental and climate strategy. Specific goals for the next few years have been set as well as aspirations in the areas of social responsibility and sustainable corporate governance. 

EcoVadis's regular assessment means that optimisation processes can be identified at an early stage. The silver medal's status will remain effective for twelve months and then be re-evaluated.

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The EcoVadis rating agency was founded in 2007 and has become the world's leading provider of sustainability ratings, with an international network of over 100,000 rated companies. The rating methodology is based on international sustainability standards such as the Global Reporting Initiative, the United Nations Global Compact and ISO 26000.

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