November 10, 2017
The remanufacturer has reasserted its commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility.
Hubert de Boisredon, the Chairman and CEO of Armor, has released a statement in which he commits the French remanufacturer to translate its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy into “concrete action.”
Calling CSR a “topical issue”, de Boisredon discusses the recent occasion when 245 French Parliamentarians launched an appeal in favour of UN treaty ensuring multinationals respect human rights.
“We have independently decided to place CSR at the very heart of our business model,” he writes. “We seek to apply its principles in our day-to-day activities with enthusiasm and clarity. Throughout the world, Armor strives to bring about energy transition and improve the working conditions of its employees while taking into account the specific environment in each country where we have a presence.”
de Boisredon also cites the “pioneering” work of Armor Asia, and its measures to enhance both employee well-being and environmental protection; the CEO also talks of the remanufacturer’s new inkanto brand, and its range of environmentally-friendly industrial inks.
“For Armor, CSR is the cornerstone of our values of humanism, innovation, commitment and customer focus. CSR sets us on the path towards societal innovation. This is currently embodied by the launch of our new brand, inkanto. It is a logical extension of our business development, as is Armor Industrial Inks, which is working to formulate 100% environmentally friendly industrial inks that are also able to meet bespoke customer requirements. With its ecological properties, the development of our ASCA© photovoltaic film also falls under the umbrella of this grand CSR and societal innovation project, of which we are part.”
“In short,” he concludes, “both CSR and societal innovation are an integral part of Armor’s DNA!”
Read his statement in full here.
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