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VARIO wins Silver medal by EcoVadis in recognition of the company’s commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).


For another year, VARIO evaluates their sustainability efforts and achieves a Silver Award by EcoVadis, which now positions the company within the 5% of best-rated companies in its field.

EcoVadis is the world’s most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings for global supply chains. The performance rate of each company is based on the evaluation of 4 basic - non-economic - pillars. More specifically, the environment operations, the labor practices and human rights, the good business practices and the sustainable supplies.

VARIO, over the past few years, has been focusing on developing its corporate social responsibility strategies and increasing its sustainability awareness. According to this year’s EcoVadis CSR rating system, VARIO is classified in the top 25% of all the companies -regardless of the industry- that have been evaluated up till today. In more detail, according to this year’s results, VARIO is ranked in the 4% of top suppliers in its field in the "labor & human rights" section, as well as within the 11% of top companies in the "environment" section.

Regarding the EcoVadis award, Mr. Panagiotis Papadimitriou, Managing Director of VARIO, stated: “In VARIO, as a responsible organization, we are all committed in our goal for sustainable development. Our main strategies and product solutions are driven by our value to protect the ecosystem and create a hygienic, safe and healthy workplace environment”.

"Within our aim to get the 100% of our members with the EcoVadis certification, INPACS is setting the path in the Distribution Market in our Industry. Our Members´ network has a tremendous responsibility in their communities. As Family-Owned business, the roots established locally, means to take care of the society, employees, partners and environment. This is just another step in the direction to reinforce our strong commitment towards a Sustainable World", adds José Del Pino, CEO INPACS.