The Plastics Processors group of companies brings together companies that assemble and/or produce plastic parts. The group includes companies specialising in technologies like injection, extrusion, gluing, blowing, rotational moulding, etc.
- A committee bringing together executives from the sector meets regularly in order to determine the actions to implement and the positions to defend. The themes covered are related, for example, to the European plastics strategy (use of recycled materials, circular economy, etc.) and the challenges encountered when defending the sector’s image.
- This group of companies defends its members at European level, as it is a member of the EuPC (European Plastic converters) committee.
- For this specific industrial sector, Agoria works in close collaboration with Essenscia Polymatters.
#CSR: What is the effect of CSR on your company? Ask yourself: What does Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) mean for your company? Decreasing the impact on the environment and climate? Philanthropy? Employer branding? Ensuring employees throughout the company commit to the importance of CSR is one of the main challenges for companies at this time. This text provides insight into the impact of CSR on your company. We will follow up on this with another article on concrete steps you can take to implement CSR.
Take part in CSR Connect, our Corporate Social Responsibility learning network for the technology industry This spring Agoria and Sirris is launching a Learning Network on the subject of CSR. Emphasis will be placed, on the one hand, on rolling out a successful sustainability programme and, on the other hand, on offering benchmark references helpful in understanding topics such as mobility, stakeholder engagement, sustainable purchasing and climate.