This 12 months, Liquibox, the liquid packaging and meting out specialist, celebrated Earth Day by means of liberating its first Sustainability Report.

With it, the corporate is publicly pointing out its project to encourage exchange in packaging desire and create a more secure and extra sustainable long term. The document main points Liquibox’s roadmap to supporting buyer sustainability objectives whilst additionally minimising the corporate’s environmental footprint. 

“We are excited to partner with our customers, suppliers and industry organisations on this journey and continue improving and advancing our offering of sustainable packaging solutions for liquid products,” says Ken Swanson, president and leader govt of Liquibox. 

With its sustainability technique set for 2025, Liquibox will center of attention on key spaces of its industry—from merchandise which might be designed for the planet, to operations with much less affect to near collaboration and engagement with native communities. 

“Our steadfast commitment to sustainability is evident across Liquibox. We view it as an opportunity – and responsibility to our society – to provide sustainable solutions for essential liquids,” says Alexis Swanson, world sustainability and communications supervisor. 

Liquibox has already made development on a number of strategic tasks, striking them smartly on their manner to succeed in their 2025 sustainability objectives. Highlights from 2020 come with: 

• The acquisition of DS Smith Plastics which expanded our portfolio and enabled an optimised world footprint 

• The release of Liquipure — the nylon-free, recycle-ready bag-in-box packaging 

• Established workstreams inside main sustainability organisations 

• Ongoing group improve that persevered all through the COVID-19 pandemic 

“This is an exciting time in our sustainability journey,” stated Mr Swanson. “We are uniquely positioned to deliver on our ambitious commitments to better protect the environment while delighting our customers and growing our business.”