World's first aseptic pack 100% linked to plant-based renewable material convinced the expert jury of the “Beverage Innovation Award 2017”.
SIG has set a highly ambitious goal to halve the environmental footprint and double societal impact by 2030 – we call this going Way Beyond Good.
Companies that are serious about sustainable management must rigorously implement their supply chain strategy to be credible – in dealings with suppliers, customers and consumers.
SIG implements responsible processes and offers sustainable solutions for its customers. SIG Expert Udo Felten discusses the methodology of mass balancing.
What packaging has the smallest carbon footprint? This is an important question for any responsible food and beverage producer looking for the most sustainable packaging option.
SIG Corporate Responsibility Report 2016: Review by Fiona Dowson at Forum for the Future
SIG Combibloc has launched a comprehensive roadmap to become a net-positive business. In this video, SIG CEO Rolf Stangl explains our responsibility approach.
Can voluntary certification schemes really play a ‘crucial role’ in the food sector's progress towards 2030 Sustainable Development Goals? Maybe, but they have to keep up with the pioneers, says David Burrows.