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Quadient Awarded Gold Certification for its Commitment to Sustainable Development

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Press release from the issuing company

Quadient is in Top 1% of Most Advanced Companies Recognized for Corporate Social Responsibility

Paris, France – Quadient, a leader in helping businesses create meaningful customer connections through digital and physical channels, announced today that it has again obtained the Gold certification awarded by business sustainability ratings agency EcoVadis, in recognition of Quadient’s commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). EcoVadis’ Gold certification is based on a comprehensive diagnosis of 21 criteria relating to companies’ actions and policies on the environment, working conditions, business practices and sustainable procurement. Quadient, a participant since 2004 under its former name Neopost, is placed among the top 1% of suppliers recognized by EcoVadis as being the most advanced and committed to sustainable development in all sectors—an increase from being rated in the top 2% in 2018.

“We are proud to be recognized in the top 1% of suppliers for our Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives,” said Brandon Batt, chief transformation officer of Quadient, whose mission includes CSR. “This renewed EcoVadis Gold certification underscores an ongoing effort that we take seriously to integrate CSR into our business strategy and values. We are actively engaged in building a culture that offers innovative, sustainable solutions, acts ethically and responsibly and limits our impact on the environment to ensure a better future for our customers, our employees and our community.”

EcoVadis certifies companies’ commitment to sustainable development, specializing in the evaluation of suppliers for global supply chains. Its rating methodology is based on international sustainable development standards, such as the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the United Nations Global Compact and ISO26000. Learn more at www.ecovadis.com

 

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