Sustainability success for Flint Group with improved EcoVadis rating
Leading global print consumables manufacturer, Flint Group, is celebrating continual improvement after its updated EcoVadis rating, which saw a seven-point increase over 2022.
EcoVadis is the world’s largest and most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings, with a global network of over 85,000 rated companies.
EcoVadis’ scoring takes an evidence-based approach to measuring the supply chain sustainability efforts of a given business. Flint Group has improved its Silver Level rating overall to 65 – raising up from 58, marking it as a business making significant sustainability advances. A key driver for the improved score is the considerable rise in the company’s Environmental category score from 50 to 70 points.
Steve Dryden, CEO of Flint Group, comments: “We are delighted to announce a seven-point increase to our EcoVadis score. The new score shows that our efforts are making an important difference and provides groundwork and direction for further improvement. As a business that leads the way in high-performance inks and coatings designed for circular economies, our actions must match our intentions for a more sustainable supply chain.”
Matthew Rowland-Jones, Sustainability Officer for Flint Group, noted: “Scoring highly on the EcoVadis audit requires a structured and proactive approach to sustainability. This means clear policies, tangible actions, comprehensive reporting, evidence, and measurable change. We have a clear plan to drive sustainability improvements and are confident we can achieve a Gold rating soon.”
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