Avery Dennison wins Labelexpo 2018 sustainability award

September 27, 2018

Packaging Solutions  Green Solutions

 

Avery Dennison has announced that it has won the 2018 Sustainability Award for its new Sustainability Procurement Programme at the Label Industry Global Awards ceremony.

 

The Label Industry Global Awards, created in 2004 to celebrate innovation and excellence, are presented annually during Labelexpo. The sustainability award is presented for a specific sustainable product or process by a supplier/converter company in the label industry introduced during 2017, that has a demonstrable impact in the industry.

 

Avery Dennison’s Sustainability Procurement Programme is a collaborative evaluation platform that provides sustainability ratings and performance improvement tools for the company’s global supply chain. The program’s overall objective is to stimulate and engage suppliers in a continuous improvement process related to sustainability.

 

Avery Dennison engaged EcoVadis, a leading sustainability performance rating solutions provider, to operate the programme. The platform delivers simple and reliable scorecards to monitor supplier best practices. A total of 21 internationally recognised sustainability criteria are reviewed and separated into four criteria themes: environment, social, ethics and supply chain.

 

‘Avery Dennison is thrilled to receive this award for our Sustainability Procurement Programme,’ said Renae Kezar, senior director, global sustainability at Avery Dennison. ‘Many Avery Dennison associates have contributed their talent and effort in creating this unique and meaningful programme. Thanks to our partner, EcoVadis, we have a straightforward method for discussion with our suppliers on the topics of social and environmental awareness, so that we can continue our company’s commitment sustainability.’

 

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