A sustainable packaging solution
The Packaging Valley Podcast with Simone Mosca (CEO) and Desiree Eppel (Head of Global Marketing).
Sustainability has become increasingly important, especially in recent years. Companies – notably in the packaging industry – need to address this in a wide variety of areas. Convinced that this is the right way to ensure a stable future, we have long been concerned with this topic and with the associated question of how we can increase sustainability at MOSCA.
Sustainability itself is a very broad topic and encompasses the areas of economy, ecology and social issues. It means dealing responsibly with our environment to safeguard its long-term future. To achieve this, the environment, the economy and social coexistence all need to go hand in hand.
For us at MOSCA, protecting the environment means not only making our processes environmentally friendly, but also optimizing our products in this regard. We are pursuing this goal, for example, by using recycled materials in our strapping, sustainable components in our machines, and energy management objectives in our production processes.
Long-term thinking and healthy growth are the key economic factors within a sustainable company. For us, this means that as well as conserving resources, we also ensure that our products and technologies have a long service life – through high-quality materials and continuous maintenance and services.
Through healthy corporate growth, we are also broadening our local presence, which means that we are within short distances of our customers.
Taking responsibility for our actions, our environment, partners, customers and employees – this is what lies behind the social aspect of sustainability at MOSCA.
We feel a commitment to our region and our fellow human beings and are consequently actively engaged on their behalf. Through projects in the region, sponsoring and partnerships, we strive to do our part for sustainable coexistence and stand up for social justice.
Education is also very important to us in the context of sustainability and social responsibility. That’s why, among other things, we support the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg, DHBW) Mosbach as a Gold Partner.
For MOSCA, the concept of sustainability also includes the establishment of long-term and trusting relationships – not only with employees, partners and suppliers, but also with our customers and our region. In our Code of Conduct, we have defined the relevant and important standards according to which we act within the company. We see it as a matter of course to implement this framework and to insist on compliance with it.
We respect and support the principles espoused within international norms, principles, codes and laws relating to human rights, including without limitation, the International Bill of Human Rights, UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the core labor standards of the ILO (International Labour Organization). Respect for human rights is an important core value found in our Code of Conduct, which requires our production, operations as well as those of our business and contractual partners to comply with all applicable laws, regulations and guidelines relating to human rights,
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