Tetra Pak has been named on the CDP Supplier Climate A list for the second time, as well as being announced as a CDP Forests A list in December, also for the second time.
The company has been reporting to the CDP Supplier Climate programme since 2009 and to the Forests programme since it was first established in 2015. Reporting to CDP highlights Tetra Pak's commitment to transparency and measurement of its sustainability positioning.
In the Supplier Climate programme Tetra Pak has been recognised for implementing a range of actions to mitigate climate change by receiving an A score. Only 2% of companies participating to the programme achieved an A score.
Mario Abreu, vice president environment Tetra Pak, said: ‘Sustainability is an integral part of the business decisions we make and the actions we take. That is why we are proud that Tetra Pak was one of only six companies to make the CDP Forests A-list, for the second year in a row, and now also the Supplier Climate A-list. Across the company, we understand the tangible business benefits of disclosing our activities to our customers and third parties. Among other things it helps us measure and improve on our performance across the whole value chain.’