Human management

Hinojosa is committed to decarbonization, sustainable management and contribution to social value in 2021

VALENCIA, Spain, November 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hinojosa Packaging Group released its 2021 Sustainability Report: “Adding Value to What’s Inside,” which records its achievements in economic, social and environmental areas, as well as quantifiable objectives for 2023.

It describes CSR initiatives that aim to minimize its carbon footprint, ensure sustainable management and bring value to society. These initiatives are based on its Strategic Plan 2021-2023, “Be Stronger” and are aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 12 and 13.

At a time of growth Hinojosa, boosted by the integration of the French group Allard Emballages, the company has defined its common goal of advancing the common good with sustainable packaging solutions.

This fifth edition has been prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) model and verified by AENOR.

Decarbonization strategy

Thanks to the initiatives promoted in recent years as part of its decarbonization strategy, Hinojosa reduced its carbon footprint by 26.1% in 2021, a positive result following the acquisition of Allard Emballages.

It has also increased the use of renewable raw materials to 98.9% and obtained the AENOR “Zero Waste” benchmark for two of its factories, being the first company in the sector to receive it. In addition, 95.6% of their waste was destined for recovery operations.

The company has also developed a carbon footprint calculator for customers that measures the environmental impact of its products.

A commitment to people

Hinojosa has promoted initiatives to develop internal talent with a positive impact on society, such as the second cycle of vocational training in graphic printing.

It also completed over 480 training activities, translating into 36,954 learning hours for employees. Two programs stand out: the HiTalent program, which works on managerial skills, and the Metatop Campus, on business skills.

Working with communities

This year, Hinojosa launched a corporate volunteering program in three of its factories, which it intends to extend to the rest of the group. Additionally, Hinojosa has collaborated with NGOs such as Caritas and the Red Cross in charitable campaigns.

At the same time, it improved its scores in Ecovadis, Sedex and CDP; rating platforms for social, environmental and ethical practices and responsibility.

For more information:

Angie Besoain
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