GLOBAL INITIATIVES, PARTNERSHIPS AND COMMITMENTS
In order to have a greater positive impact and behave sustainably at a global scale, Puig is engaged in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) including all the targets adopted in 2015 by the United Nations to eradicate poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity.
For the duration of the company’s Refresh Strategy, Puig will focus on the three priorities which most concern us, owing to our business model and our industry.
Nevertheless, our initiatives are also aligned with six more of the goals.
Puig demonstrates its commitment to sustainable development through alignment with others’ sustainability initiatives, towards the creation of shared value, decreased emissions, transparency, and industry collaboration. Some of these initiatives are reflected in the pillars of the company sustainability strategy discussed in this report.
ITENE (Packaging, Transport and Logistics Technology Institute), is a Technology Centre and private non-profit association, whose objective is to encourage scientific investigation, technological progress, development of the information society, and the promotion of sustainability in the areas of packing and packaging, logistics, transport and mobility.
Ecoembes is a non-profit organization dedicated to the recycling of packaging in Spain. Its objective is to promote environmental and economic efficiency and improve recycling results in Spain year after year. Its activity is focused on communication campaigns, publications, studies, R+D+i and training.
Creafutur is a private foundation promoted by the Government of Catalonia and ESADE, whose objective is to identify future business opportunities through an analysis of consumer behavior and forecasts about how it will evolve in the future. To this effect, a community of international collaborators provides their valuable knowledge concerning innovation, trend analysis and anticipation of the changing environment.
The Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) is the most widespread forest certification system. Its objective is to ensure that the world’s forests are managed in a sustainable way and protect them for present and future generations.
The products certified by PEFC guarantee consumers that they are buying products from sustainably managed forests.
The FSC seal guarantees that a company's products originate from sustainably managed forests.
They work to promote environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial and economically viable management of the world's forests.
EcoVadis is a trusted partner for organizations that operates the first collaborative platform providing sustainability ratings for global supply chains assessing suppliers performance on sustainability, social issues and business integrity.
Natural Resources Stewardship Circle (NRSC) is an alliance of companies which implements good practices and responsible sourcing for the beauty industry. Its objective is to create examples of long-term, economically profitable and sustainable collaborations, through the best practices which will serve as models for our industry.
Dubai Duty Free, founded in 1863, is a benchmark for airport retailing and it continues to grow. It employs over 5,900 people, and had a sales turnover of US$1.93 billion in 2017.
CRODA is an organization that creates, produces, and sells specialty chemicals which provide real benefits to diverse products from health and beauty to motor lubricants, plastics, and much more.
LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) is the green building rating system most used in the world. It provides a framework to construct eco-friendly facilities in a highly efficient and economical way.