Connect with us

News

New INX Sustainability Report Released

The report details the company’s present and future commitments.

mm

Published

on

INX International Ink Co. (Schaumburg, IL) has released its inaugural Sustainability Report, offering a comprehensive overview of the company’s evolving practices. The extensive 36-page report emphasizes INX’s continuing commitment to become a greener company, and how it translates into providing customers with the best ink and technology solutions that enable world-class printing standards, according to a press release from the company.

Since the introduction of a Coloring a Safe and Sustainable Future (CSSF) model in 2020 that is aligned with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, INX has been steadfast with its approach to developing new products and processes. All North American INX printing facilities have also committed to achieving a significant reduction of GHG emissions by 2030 — also per the release.

“As an industry leader and providing customers for decades with a broad range of commercial, packaging, and digital printing applications, we are dedicated to developing products that create value for our customers and help safeguard our planet,” INX President and CEO Bryce Kristo is quoted in the press release. “We recognize the value of investing in a circular economy, and we have identified specific steps to improve how we manage our resources and eliminate waste through better product and process designs,” Kristo continues. “By aligning our CSSF model with the United Nations 2030 Agenda – and combining it with the proper focus and our extensive R&D capabilities – I am confident we will help our customers innovate and achieve their sustainability goals while delivering greater value to their customers.”

A priority assessment project helped INX identify Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) initiatives that were aligned with the CSSF model and integrated into INX’s sustainability strategy. The report explains the company’s sustainability strategy, focusing on the three areas of impact within the CSSF model: product design for the environment, process design for the environment, and social responsibility — all per the press release.

To read the report, click here.

Advertisement

Advertisement

SPONSORED VIDEO

Who’s Steering Signs of the Times?

We dive into the history of the sign industry’s oldest trade journal, highlighting some interesting facts about how it all started to where it’s headed. Did you know that Signs of the Times is nearly 120 years old?

Promoted Headlines

Advertisement

Subscribe

Facebook

Most Popular