Sustainability partnerships

At UPM Raflatac, we aim to make labels a sustainable part of the life cycle of all products. However, all great achievements require close co-operation. This is why we have formed sustainability partnerships with a wide range of people and organizations around the world. 

Partnerships to improve sustainability

We have ongoing sustainability partnerships with a range of stakeholders, including our suppliers, customers, brand owners, package designers, waste management companies and environmental organizations, as well as local communities. With this extensive partnership network, we ensure that whole life cycle from packaging design to waste solutions is covered. Because of this approach, it is clear that every stakeholder has a strategic role in our business and in making our sustainability goals a reality.

​You can see some examples of the organizations we partner with below.
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Business partners

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​RafCycle® partners

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​Non-Governmental Organization partners

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​Industry partners

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​Rewarding responsible suppliers

 Sustainability news

 

 

UPM recognised as the industry's most responsible company in the global Dow Jones Sustainability Indexhttp://www.upmraflatac.com/apac/en/news/details/upm-recognised-as-the-industrys-most-responsible-companyUPM recognised as the industry's most responsible company in the global Dow Jones Sustainability Index13/09/2018 07:00:00
Rainwater harvesting system saves water at Cape Town terminalhttp://www.upmraflatac.com/apac/en/news/details/rainwater-harvesting-system-saves-water-at-cape-town-terminalRainwater harvesting system saves water at Cape Town terminal04/09/2018 14:00:00
Quantis and EIT Climate-KIC launch the GeoFootprint Project to develop a tool to measure and monitor environmental impacts of cropshttp://www.upmraflatac.com/apac/en/news/details/quantis-and-eit-climate-kic-launch-the-geofootprint-project-to-develop-a-tool-to-measure-and-monitor-environmental-impacts-of-cropsQuantis and EIT Climate-KIC launch the GeoFootprint Project to develop a tool to measure and monitor environmental impacts of crops24/08/2018 12:00:00